Requirements to Become a Process Server in Nebraska
a) is not a party to the action, b) is not related to a party to the action, c) does not have an interest in the action, d) is not a public official employed by the county where service is made whose duties include service of process, and e) furnishes a good and sufficient corporate surety bond in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, such bond being conditioned upon such person or entity faithfully and truly performing the duties of process server.
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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