Here’s Why Landlords Use Private Process Servers for Their Eviction Notices
A tenant is behind on payments or maybe has broken too many rules outlined in their lease. Regardless of the reason, an eviction may be the best solution. Rather than going through the process yourself or waiting days for a sheriff to handle it, a private process server or investigator can handle the dirty work in a timely and professional manner.
A Professional Process Server Delivers the Eviction Notice in a Business-Like Manner
Let’s face it: evicting a tenant is uncomfortable when you’re a landlord. This can be especially true if your tenants are far from being the neighborly type. A notice serves as a warning that the tenant must vacate the premises at the given time that is written in the lease. If not, legal action can be taken. This is a serious process and must be taken as so.
You’ll Be Certain the Eviction Notice Is Properly Served
Evicting a tenant is a part of a legal process, so it’s important to make sure you follow the process. Not explaining the tenants’ rights or next steps can lead to more complications down the road. Leaving a notice at the door does not always guarantee the tenants saw it. What if the wind blew it away? A nosy neighbor? Regardless, a process server ensures they have properly identified the proper party and serves the tenants directly.
A Process Server Can Also Deliver Summons and Complaints
Even if you are not evicting your tenants, a private process server can still serve them with documents, such as a summons or a complaint. The summons informs the tenants of their court date if they do not comply with the notice, and a complaint is often given prior to the notice as a warning they are violating their lease. Regardless of the additional documents you would like to serve your tenants, a private process server can help.
Using a Private Investigator as a Process Server Can Provide Additional Services
Not only can a private investigator serve people legal and formal documents, they can also provide additional services. For example, a PI can conduct background investigations on potential tenants or gather evidence for an impending trial. Whatever you need, a private investigator is ready to work with you.
Contact CGA Solutions To Serve Your Eviction Notice Today
For over 20 years CGA Solutions has provided professional process serving for landlords throughout Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee. To get started, request service here, or contact the office of CGA Solutions directly.