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Form D89: Request for personal service by a court bailiff

Ask a court bailiff to hand-deliver papers to the respondent in family proceedings for you.

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Request for personal service by a court bailiff

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Cais am wasanaeth cyflwyno personol gan feili llys.

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Cais am gyflwyno personol gan feili llys / Request for personal service by a court bailiff

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If you’re applying for an order to protect you or a child from harm, you must not hand the court papers to the respondent yourself. You can ask a court bailiff to do it for you using this form. There’s no fee involved.

You can also use this form if you need the court’s help to deliver papers about your application for a divorce, dissolution of a civil partnership or (judicial) separation.

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Published 1 October 2016