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The Texas Supreme Court approved amendments to Rules 103 and 536(a) of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, effective July 1, 2005, governing statewide certification of process servers. The Court also issued a companion order to establish the framework for certification of those approved to serve process under the revised rules, to approve of certain existing civil process service courses, and to establish the framework for the Board to approve additional courses.
In order to become a process server in the state of Texas, you must:
Your approval to serve process will expire two years after the last day of the month of certification and, unless renewed upon expiration, your name will be removed from the list of certified process servers in the JBCC’s online licensing system.
Find a process server training course approved by the JBCC:
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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