As you are probably aware a Registered Agent is a corporate entity that represents other corporate entities. Registered Agents are a third party entity who receive lawsuits, subpoenas and urgent correspondence on behalf of a different corporate entity, who is usually within the commercial transportation sector.

Learn More About How Process Servers Serve BOC3 Registered Agents

It is imperative you understand, a BOC3 Registered Agent is not affiliated with the entity in your case. As such, when you draft your documents, you must place the Registered Agent name below the entity name and it must appear clearly marked as, "In Care Of" the name of subject entity you are serving. BOTH the entity name and the Registered Agent name must be spelled EXACTLY how it appears in the secretary of state data base. An incorrectly spelled name or if any characters of either name are omitted, will result in refusal of service or at minimum, a delayed service.

Here is an example of how your paperwork should be addressed. Your paperwork must be addressed ONLY this way!


Name of Subject Corporate Entity

c/o, Name of Registered Agent

Address Of Registered Agent

City, State, and Zip Code

The Actual Address as it Appears in Your Documents for Service of Process is Essential

You can use the example below to guide you when addressing or listing your information


Commercial Trucking, Inc.

c/o, CT Corporation System, Registered Agent

Plantation, Florida, 33324



Getting Started, starts with you sending your paperwork to the Process Server you selected as a Pdf attachment to an email.

First Easy Steps, is attained, when the Process Server confirms your documents printed out, collated, and they are prepared to activate service.

When Service Is Made, when the Process Server makes the required appointment with the Registered Agent and appeared at their office and serve them with your documents.

Service Complete, when the Process Server provides you with a perfect affidavit / proof of service

Our network of Process Servers are positioned and available in every city

Process Server are always close by where Registered Agent offices are located. If you can send your documents to a Process Server by email, they can serve any Registered Agent within minutes, provided there is enough time to do so.