My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: CO
Not sure what forum this should go under-
Pertaining to Colorado state law and service of process (being served); I am curious what is actually needed.
Scenario; there are 3 adults in this house; 2 are married, 3rd owns the house, all are wanted by various creditors. It's a world gone mad I tell you! Anyway, take persons A, B and C, if a process server comes to the door and one answers, say person A; if the service is for person B or C, can it be legally served on person A to accept for B or C, or does it have to be served upon the person for who the service is written?
I'm not sure how to phrase this, but I'm really curious if the service has to be on the 'targetted person' in specific, or if any adult (18+) can be served as a 'resident' of the house.
Appreciate the knowledge you all offer!