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Civil Process

Civil Process

General instructions:
All services will require a Service Information Sheet or cover letter from a law firm or government agency giving detailed and specific information to be used to locate and serve the designated person. Successful and expeditious services are our goal and we, therefore, rely heavily on the information that you provide to us. Plaintiff’s information must also be completed accurately so that we may notify you of the results of our service attempts.

If you wish to have papers served, bring an original set of all papers you received at court to the Civil Unit customer service counter. We will assist you in preparing a service packet. For detailed instructions on what papers are required for different types of service, please call the Civil Unit at (520)351-6000.

Civil Process:
The Civil Unit serves various civil process and court documents, including writs, notices to appear, domestic/divorce papers, complaints, summons and subpoenas. There are service fees for these services and deposits are required. Writs require a deposit of $300 and other processes require a deposit of $100 per service.A deposit of $50.00 per person being served on Injunctions Against Harassments or Injunctions Against Workplace Harassments without a Waiver or Deferral from a Arizona Superior Court.

Services provided, required deposits, charges and service fees.


Civil Sales:

Certain writs require the court-ordered seizure and sale of both personal and real property at public auction. All such sales of real property are conducted at the Pima County Superior Court House, east steps (facing Church Avenue). Personal property sales are held at various locations.

Notice of sale:

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The dates, times and locations of all civil sales are publicly posted and announced above, as well as at the following locations:

Civil Enforcement Section 
Legal Services Building 
32 N. Stone Avenue, 16th floor 
Tucson, AZ 85701-1409

Pima County Superior Court 
110 W. Congress Street 
Tucson, Arizona 85701

Pima County Consolidated Justice Court 
115 N. Church Avenue 
Tucson, Arizona 85701

If you would like to review Arizona Revised Statutes, please visit the Arizona State Legislature website.

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