We’re lucky here at Tremark that our office is just off Chancery Lane. It makes it ideal for the collection and delivery of papers to and from the Law Courts, London County Court and all our clients in solicitor’s offices throughout the city.
Chancery Lane has been connected to the legal field since the 13th century. Dickens often mentioned Chancery cases in his books. In Bleak House, you can read about the fictional court hearing of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.
In Dicken’s times, you got around the city by horse and cart or a horse-drawn omnibus. Today the fastest method of getting from A to B is on a motorcycle. That’s why our process servers use powerful 650cc bikes to get safely through London’s busy traffic.
We need to be fast without breaking the speed limit because our urgent and same-day service is becoming increasingly popular.
Not long ago we realised we would need another process server if we were to keep up with our excellent service. As a result, Richard Lessing joined us here at Tremark. He is a welcome addition to the team. We’re also lucky to have Colin Rush who is a Londoner, born and bred. He has more than 36 years in the police force behind him.
You will often see these two busy men winding their way through the London traffic. They collect and serve legal papers including injunctions, petitions and applications for the courts, solicitors offices and local authorities. They know London as well as any black cab driver and relish the challenge of meeting tight deadlines in this busy city.
For service on the outskirts of London, we have trusted sub-contractors who spend their time motoring around the M25. They also travel regularly along the A2 to serve papers Kent and the A13 which will take them to Essex.
The administration of the London office is in the capable hands of Ben Mansell who is also a qualified investigator and West Ham supporter.