Form

Form FL415: Statement of service of papers under the Family Law Act 1996

Use this 'statement of service' to give details to the court of how and when you served the papers, and who you served them on.

Documents

Statement of service

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Datganiad Cyflwyno / Statement of Service

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Details

You must not serve the papers on the respondent in person if you’re making an application for an order to protect you. Examples include:

  • non-molestation orders
  • occupation orders
  • forced marriage protection orders
  • female genital mutilation protection orders

Instead, ask the court for a court bailiff to personally serve the papers on the other person by using Form D89: Request for personal service by a court bailiff.

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Published 1 April 2017