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Singapore Joined the 1965 Hague Service Convention

Singapore Joined the 1965 Hague Service Convention

Four months ago, on 16 May 2023, the Republic of Singapore made a significant step in its international legal commitments by depositing its instrument of accession to the Convention of 15 November 1965 on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in...

Evidence Convention Enters Into Force for Paraguay

Evidence Convention Enters Into Force for Paraguay

On 22 August 2023, the Republic of Paraguay formally integrated into the Convention of 18 March 1970 on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters. Widely recognized as the 1970 Evidence Convention or the Hague Evidence Convention, it was solidified...

Most Common Problems while Serving Legal Papers Abroad

Most Common Problems while Serving Legal Papers Abroad

Serving legal documents in a foreign country can be a challenging process, and there are several potential problems that can arise. Some of the most common issues include: Language barriers: If the recipient of the legal documents does not speak the language in which...

Service of Process in Scotland

Service of Process in Scotland

In Scotland, court documents can be served by a sheriff officer, but they are not always required to complete service. There are several methods of service available, and the appropriate method will depend on the specific circumstances of the case. If personal service...

Serving Legal Papers in South Korea

Serving Legal Papers in South Korea

In South Korea, international service of process is governed by the Hague Service Convention, which South Korea has ratified. This means that foreign litigants can serve legal documents on individuals and entities in South Korea through the Central Authority...

Serving Divorce Papers on Your Spouse in Mexico

Serving Divorce Papers on Your Spouse in Mexico

When it comes to divorce actions, international service of process can become a complicated matter, especially when the parties involved are in different countries. This is particularly true when one of the parties resides in the United States and the other in Mexico....

What is the InterAmerican Convention on Letters Rogatory?

What is the InterAmerican Convention on Letters Rogatory?

The Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory is a treaty among countries in the Americas that facilitates the service of legal documents in criminal and civil matters. Letters rogatory are legal documents, such as subpoenas or summons, that are issued by a court...