If i know i am named a defendant on a claim does that mean i have been served ?

I have personally have been named a Defendant in a civil claim in B.C. &nbsp;I am also on a Board of Directors for a company that has been named on the same civil claim. <p>The company was served, while I personally have not been served. &nbsp;Do I consider myself served because I know of the civil claim due to being on the Board of Directors of the company, or do they still have to serve me personally ?</p>

Asked about 8 years ago in Vancouver, British Columbia
Categories: Civil Litigation  Business Law

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L. John Alexander

Answer by L. John Alexander

VerifiedBritish Columbia lawyer

No, not necessarily.  Each defendant must be served.

Posted about 8 years ago

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