Posted December 28, 2013 in General
What is “Project Documentation”?
“Project Documentation” is a program to document service attempts at location(s), where service is blocked or denied at an individual’s workplace or residence, or a company’s place of business.
The data collected, will assist PSACO’s presentation to the Colorado Legislature in 2015. Data collected we be held in the strictest confidence and not distributed to the public.
PSACO will address the Colorado Legislature in 2015 in an attempt to gain access or assistance to effect service of process in gated and/or secure communities and non-government businesses. We believe denial to these properties for the purpose of effecting service of process, is denying individuals and companies the constitutional right to due process. We will request the same level of access afforded to those delivering UPS and FedEx packages, the US Mail and pizza. Our goals is, access or assistance in effecting service of process, or the ability to serve those with authority to deny access or assistance, by refusal on the first attempt, without the necessity of obtaining a court order. Those with authority to deny access or assistance include but are not limited to, security guards, property managers, business managers, supervisors and legal department personnel. Access to facilities on federal property, or facilities housing sensitive government information, will be excluded.
PSACO requests your assistance in gathering data. Should you or a process server contracted by you, be denied access or assistance to effect service of process in a gated or secure community, an individual’s workplace, non-governmental business, or at a business who refuses to accept service documents at their place of business, please complete the Project Documentation form and mail, email or fax, a copy of the completed form, along with a copy of the case caption you are attempting to serve to:
c/o Cindy Johnson, PSACO, Vice President
8547 E. Arapahoe Road, J-593, Greenwood Village, CO 80112
Email: [email protected]
Examples of a blocked service attempt
- Service at a gated community, secured with security personnel
- Gated or secure townhouse, condo or apartment complex
- Denied assistance at individuals workplace
- Business refuses to accept service for individual
- Business refuses to accept for themselves and refers you to a Registered Agent