Process Servers Association of Colorado To Petition Legislature

Posted by | May 12, 2015 | Associations | No Comments

Colorado Process Servers AssociationThe Process Servers Association of Colorado (PSACO) has plans to petition the Colorado Legislature for a number of items including registration, exemption to trespass and obstruction of service.

Other association shave achieved access to gated communities, such as the Illinois Association of Professional Process Servers, but PSACO is looking it one step further by also gaining access to secure apartment complexes and non-governmental businesses.

In order to achieve both exemption to trespass and obstruction of service, PSACO believes process servers will be required to register through the state. This would not be the same as licensing and would create a database of individuals who are exempt from trespass.

PSACO would like to see the registration require a background check, education course, a fee and a listing on a state website.

The association will have a stakeholder’s meeting to discuss these topics on May 30th from 10:00am to 11:30am PST. The meeting will be available online for those who are unable to attend in person.  For details on the meeting and to register go to: https://psaco.org/calendar/colorado-stakeholders/

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