Evictions can be stressful for all parties involved. Hiring a licensed New Jersey process server can be helpful for a property manager or landlord when delivering eviction notices. Future problems can be avoided with potentially troublesome tenants when legal papers are handled in a professional manner and using lawful methods of delivery.
When it comes time to evict a tenant, there have generally been ongoing issues with the tenant. These issues may have led to friction between the tenant and the property manager or landlord. A professional process server can serve paperwork where it may have otherwise been poorly received, or not received at all. This is especially helpful in the event that the tenant is not paying rent—in such cases where delays cause a substantial financial loss.
Ensuring that the eviction notice is properly served is essential. Mistakes can be costly and extend the time that the tenant is still residing at the property. While a difficult or troublesome tenant is still occupying the property, it cannot be rented out to other potential tenants. Some difficult tenants may be damaging the property while still residing there. Hiring a skilled professional process server can save the property owners time and money.
Proof that the eviction notice has actually been served is another important step in the eviction process. Hiring a process server will help to better equip the property manager or landlord with documentation proving that the paperwork has been properly served. This prevents tenants from claiming improper service in court.
When it is time to serve an eviction notice to a tenant, it is beneficial to all parties involved to hire a skilled and professional process server.
J&K Investigative Services, Inc. has over 40 years of experience in New Jersey process service, as well as national and international service. Please let us use our experience to get your documents served.