Definition - What does Servicer mean?
A servicer is a person who delivers documents from the court to people whom they are addressed to. These documents include summonses, writs, court orders, or any other legal documents. The court often uses servicers to make sure that the document reaches the intended recipient without any doubts, and with absolute certainty,
Justipedia explains Servicer
An example of a task that a servicer may complete is to deliver a restraining order to a person whom the court has issued one for. After a servicer delivers this order, then the receiving party cannot deny having received it. Courts have many documents that must be delivered, and so servicer are used quite frequently. When the receiving party gets the legal document from the servicer, then he or she is said to have received official notice of the legal action.
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