Unveiling the Specialized Service of Serving Process Upon Registered Agents and BOC-3 Agents

Listed below are our featured nationwide process service companies who serve process upon Registered Agents and BOC-3 Agents. These niche expert service providers are equipped to handle your process service requests anywhere in America. To get started, click on any one or all listed process service companies and get information and quotes within minutes.

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Lords Processing

Leslie Lord

Process Server

Christiansen Services

Robert Christiansen

Process Server

ABC Process and Court Services

Bari Galloway

Process Server

Metro Process

Artie Scott

Process Server


"Serving" is a formal synonym for delivering, but it carries unique weight when undertaken by a Process Server. Serving process upon a BOC-3 Agent or a Registered Agent involves the Process Server's official visit to the designated office. Here, they undertake the responsibility of formally delivering legal process. This encompasses a variety of documents, including lawsuits, court orders, garnishment writs, subpoenas, and other forms of correspondence.

Although serving process on a Registered Agent might seem straightforward, it's often not—it involves adhering to specific rules, policies, and procedures to ensure proper service by the Process Server.

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The ABSOLUTE KEY requirement for successfully serving process on a BOC-3 Agent or a Registered Agent lies in the precise addressing of your documents. Any error in addressing could result in a rejected service. Whether serving process to ANY BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent, accurate spelling of the targeted corporate entity is critical. Equally important is confirming the correct spelling of the corporate entity to be served, the BOC-3 Agent's and / or Registered Agent's name. Whether it's the corporate name, a BOC-3 Agent, or a Registered Agent, meticulous addressing of your paperwork is paramount for ensuring the successful service on the BOC-3 Agent and Registered Agent, representing the entity.

Kindly NOTE, there exists a sole path to correctly serve a Registered Agent or corporate entity, and that is by following the APPROPRIATE PROCEDURE!

The manner in which you ADDRESS AND GUIDE your documents holds crucial importance in achieving effective service of process on a Registered Agent and or a BOC-3 Agent. Just think of them as the same. Below is the format and accurate phrasing for how your subpoena, citation, order, summons or any other legal documents should be DIRECTED to the Registered Agent:


Example of Proper Format of addressing a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent:


Corporation (exact name of the corporate entity to be served)

c/o BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent (agent name)

Street Address

City, State, and Postal Code


The Proper Way to Address the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent Paperwork, Example Elaborated:

Example of an actual and proper way to address a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent:


Big Boy Stores, LLC

c/o, Registered Agent, [NAME]

1200 South Pine Island Road

Plantation, Florida 33324

As you can see above, documents contain basic and simple address formatting. Please remember to construct the subject address as follows:


1. The name of the corporate entity you are serving process upon

2. You must have the words, "In Care of, or c/o, its Registered Agent" (the name)

3. The address of the office where you are serving process upon the Registered Agent

4. The city, state and postal code

Please be advised, a BOC-3 or Registered Agent will NOT accept your documents if the name of the entity is spelled wrong or is missing characters.

There are numerous and common mistakes which would cause the BOC-3 or Registered Agent to decline your documents.

Here are vital guidelines to ensure accurate service:


1. DO NOT attempt to serve an individual employee or corporate director by name. Address your paperwork solely to the subject entity, directing it to the entity's BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent. For personal or individual service, refer to a Process Server listed in this directory.

2. DO NOT place BOC-3 or Registered Agent as the primary subject. Always list the subject entity first, followed by the in care of (c/o) Registered Agent.

3. Verify the exact spelling of the subject entity's name in Secretary of State records. Incorrect spelling or omitted characters will lead to service rejection. Accuracy in both spelling and entity type (LLC, PA, Inc., Corp, etc.) is paramount.

4. Ensure the subject entity is referenced within the legal documents. In court-issued documents, include the defendant/witness/respondent name in the case style, summons, citation, order, writ, complaint, or subpoena.


Master the art of serving legal process or delivering subpoenas to Registered Agents before initiating the procedure. Consistency and adherence to uniform protocols are essential across all Registered Agents in every state. Adhering to the above guidelines will empower you to meticulously prepare your documents and enable your Process Server to execute seamless service upon the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent.

Swiftly connect with Process Servers specializing in serving BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents.

You now have the convenience of easily communicating with Process Servers who handle legal documents for service of process upon BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents in any city or town across America.: