Thank you for your question.
I believe that nelson-ga must have mistakenly seen "restraining order"
rather than "restraining notice." As I can see from your username,
you are from New York, where restraining ntoices can indeed be served
by court clerks or lawyers (officers of the court) when a judgment
debt needs to be repaid. This has nothing to do with restraining
"A restraining notice may be issued by the clerk of the court or the
attorney for the judgment creditor as officer of the court. It may be
served upon any persons, except the employer of a judgment debtor
where the property sought to be restrained consists of wages or salary
due or to become due to the judgment debtor . It shall be served
personally in the same manner as a summons or by registered or
certified mail, return receipt requested. It shall specify all of the
parties to the action, the date that the judgment or order was
entered, the court in which it was entered, the amount of the judgment
or order and the amount then due thereon, the names of all parties in
whose favor and against whom the judgment or order was entered, it
shall set forth subdivision (b) and shall Statutee that disobedience
is punishable as a contempt of court, and it shall contain an original
signature or copy of the original signature of the clerk of the court
or attorney which issued it. N.Y. Civil. Prac. L. & R. 5222(a)."
We Serve It
We Serve It is a self-described "complete legal support service" and
serves processes and subpoenas throughout NY, NJ and CT. They should
definitely be able to do this for you.
We Serve IT
Phone: (718) 946-1780 Fax: (718) 946-1781
Here are a few others:
Process Server Plus Inc
9720 101st Ave # A
Jamaica, NY 11416
Michael J Quinn Process Server
3404 31st Ave # 185
Astoria, NY 11106
APS Process Server
1555 Seabury pl
Bronx, NY 10460
Alternatively, you could send the notice by certified mail as outline above.
process server new york
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