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Become a Connecticut Process Server

Requirements to Become a Process Server in Connecticut

All process shall be directed to a sheriff, his deputy, a constable or other proper officer authorized by statute. A direction on the process “to any proper officer” shall be sufficient to direct the process to a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable or other proper officer.

NOTE: The requirements to become a process server change from time to time. You should contact your local county clerk or recorder to make sure the following information regarding becoming a process server in your state is still accurate.

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