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In a B.C. sole divorce, the affidavit of substituted service proves that your spouse was served as described on the substituted service order. The affidavit contains details such as the name and address of the server, the date of service, and how your spouse was served.
The affidavit of substituted service proves to the court that your spouse was served as described in the substituted service order. The affidavit is sworn by the person who served your spouse. In particular, the server must be a third party.
To be eligible to serve your spouse by substituted service, you must first apply to the court and receive permission to do so. Permission is given when the court grants the substituted service order. If you do not have a substituted service order, the court requires that your spouse is personally served.
The affidavit of substituted service requires some assembly. Although our instructions explain the assembly process, we’ll assemble it for you with this option.