Support A03939 for process servers to keep digital records instead of writing log book
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Process Servers are currently required to keep duplicate records, one digital, and then the same records in a hand written log book. By supporting NY Assembly Bill A03939, you will help eliminate the undue burden of keeping a duplicate record in a handwritten log book. This will allow process servers to focus more of their time and energy on the actual service of process, rather than duplicate record keeping.
If the bill is passed, not only will the undue burden of the handwritten book be removed from the process server, but the People of New York will also benefit from process servers that are more focused on the actual service of process.
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