Process servers now exempt from trespassing laws

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Process servers now exempt from trespassing laws

Process servers now exempt from trespassing laws

I hope they wear bullet proof vests as me thunks this is going to be very dangerous!

 

MI Lawyers Weekly-

Michigan process servers are no longer considered “trespassers” when trying to serve documents.

Public Act 230, passed by the state Legislature and given immediate effect at the end of 2013, amended the Michigan Penal Code so it is no longer a 30-day misdemeanor to enter or remain on the premises of another without lawful authority after having been forbidden to do so or asked to leave by the owner, occupant, or their agents.

PA 230 specifies that the trespassing prohibition and penalties do not apply to a process server who is on the land or premises of another while attempting to serve process.

[MILAWYERSWEEKLY]

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One Response to “Process servers now exempt from trespassing laws”

  1. Sarah says:

    Invite ’em in, give ’em coffee. Seriously, just a dude with a job.
    If anything came of this housing bubble it’s identifying who your enemies are, carefully, considerately, and with great care and concern, the system collapses.

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