Certificate Of Registration As Process Server (Individual) {ACR 614} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

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Certificate Of Registration As Process Server (Individual) {ACR 614} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

Certificate Of Registration As Process Server (Individual) {ACR 614}

This is a California form that can be used for Clerk Recorder within Local County, Riverside, Assessor County Clerk Recorder.

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Peter Aldana, Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder County of Riverside (File Stamp) Filing Fee: $170.00 Bond Required: $2,000.00 Record Bond Fee: $15.00 Total Fee Payable to County Clerk: $185.00 Each additional page: $3.00 Term of Registration: 2 years If a renewal, a new # must be assigned if there is a lapse of three years or more in the period of registration. Live Scan Fingerprinting required if first time filing or if there is a lapse in registration (See reverse for more information) Applications are subject to public access. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION AS PROCESS SERVER- INDIVIDUAL California Business & Professions Code Sections 22350, 22351(a), et seq. (PROCESSED MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8:00 AM ­ 4:30 PM ONLY) Registrant information The undersigned individual declares that: Name: _______________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________________________ Age: ________________________ Business Telephone Number: ______________________________ The filing of this registration in the County of _________________________ is appropriate because my residence or principal place of business is located in this County. Have you been a resident of California for at least one year immediately preceding the filing of this certificate? Have you ever been convicted of a felony? If yes, attach a copy of a certificate of rehabilitation, expungement or pardon. Will you perform the duties of a process server in compliance with the provision of law governing the service of process in the State of California? YES YES YES NO NO NO The undersigned declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Date: ____________ Signature: _________________________________________________________ For Official Use Only: Date Bond & Registration Expire: ____________________________________ D.O.J. Rpt Rec'd _____________ by _____________ F.B.I. Rpt Rec'd___________ by _____________ Permanent ID card mailed:____________ Expires: _______________ Registration #: ______________ Two years from date of filing or bond expiration American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ACR 614 (Rev. 12/2015) Available in Alternate Formats 1 of 2 DEFINITION OF A PROCESS SERVER WHO MUST REGISTER Section 22350 Business & Professions Code (a) Any natural person who makes more than 10 services of process within this state during one calendar year, or any partnership or corporation who expects to derive compensation shall file a verified certificate of registration as a process server with the County Clerk of the county in which the individual resides or has his or her principal place of business. (b) This chapter shall not apply to any of the following: (1) Any sheriff, marshal, constable, or government employee who is acting in the course of his/or her employment. (2) An attorney or his/or her employees. (3) Any person who is specially appointed by a court to serve its process. (4) A licensed private investigator or his/or her employees. (5) A professional photocopier registered under Section 22450, or an employee thereof, whose only service of process relates to subpoenas for the production of records, which subpoenas specify that the records be copied by that registered professional photocopier. FILING FEE Section 22352 Business & Professions Code A registrant shall pay a fee of one hundred and eighty-five dollars ($185.00) to the County Clerk at the time he/she files a certificate of registration. ($163.00 filing fee, §22352 Business & Professions Code; $7.00 fee to file Bond, §22353(c) Business & Professions Code; $15.00 recording fee pursuant to §22353(d) Business & Professions Code and §27360 et seq, Government Code (each additional page or fraction thereof is $3.00 per page); and $10.00 Identification Card fee pursuant to §22352(c) & 22355(b) Business & Professions code. NEED FOR FILING BOND Section 2253 Business & Professions Code and 995.440 Code of Civil Procedures (a) A certificate of registration shall be accompanied by a bond of two thousand ($2,000.00) which is executed by a corporate surety qualified to do business in this state and conditioned upon compliance with the provisions of this chapter and all laws governing the service of process in this state. The total aggregate liability on the bond shall be limited to two thousand dollars ($2,000.00). (b) The bond shall be continuous in form, remain in full force and effect, and run concurrently with the license or permit period. Therefore, the bond must specify the effective and expiration date. The bond must be bound to the County of Riverside. FINGERPRINTS Section 22351.5 Business & Professions Code (a) At the time of filing the initial certificate of registration, the registrant shall also submit fingerprints for submission to the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in order to verify that the registrant has not been convicted of a felony. (Fees will apply and must be paid to the Live Scan Operator.) Effective July 1, 2005, the Department of Justice will only accept live scan submission of fingerprints. You can either go to the County Clerk's Office and pick up a "Live Scan" form or print a form from the Riverside County Assessor ­ County Clerk ­ Recorder website at www.riversideacr.com. (b) If, after processing the completed fingerprints, the clerk is advised that the registrant has been convicted of a felony, the presiding judge of the Superior Court of the county in which the certificate of registration is maintained is authorized to review the criminal record and, unless the registrant is able to produce a copy of a certificate of rehabilitation, expungement, or pardon, as specified in paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 22351, notify the registrant that the registration is revoked. An order to show cause for contempt may be issued and served upon any person who fails to surrender a registered process server identification card after a notice of revocation. TERM OF REGISTRATION Section 22354 Business & Professions Code A certificate of registration shall be effective for a period of two (2) years or until the date the bond expires, whichever occurs first. Thereafter, a registrant shall file a new certificate of registration or a renewal of the certificate of registration and pay the fee required by Section 22352. Upon renewal of registration, the same number shall be reassigned, unless th

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