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What is Service of Process?
Who May Serve?
What is The Method of Service?
Who May Serve a Subpoena?
Does a process server have to be licensed in Texas?
What is an Affidavit of Service?
Do I Really Need to Hire a Process Server?
Will My Papers be Filed with the Court by the Process Server?
What if the Person Being Served Refuses to Accept the Papers?
What if the Person Being Served Cannot be Found?
How Can I Get Documents to the Process Server?
What is involved in a Legal process server job?
Rule 103.

Who May ServeCitation and other notices may be served anywhere by

(1) any sheriff or constable or otherperson authorized by law or,

(2) by any person authorized by law or by written order of the court who is not less than eighteen years of age.

No person who is a party to or interested in the outcome of a suit shall serve any process. Service by registered or certified mail and citation by publication shall, if requested, be made by the clerk
of the court in which the case is pending. The order authorizing a person to serve process may be made without written motion and no fee shall be imposed for issuance of such order.

(Amended June 10, 1980, eff. Jan. 1, 1981; July 15, 1987, eff. Jan. 1, 1988.)
Who May Serve?