AB 1720 Signed into Law Requiring Access to Gated Communities for Licensed Private Investigators for the Limited Purpose of Service of Process

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed AB 1720 into law. The bill, introduced by Assembly Member Norma Torres, aims at ensuring that state-licensed private investigators are provided access to gated communities to serve process, just as licensed private investigators are able to serve process everywhere else. State law currently ensures that registered process servers are provided this access to gated communities, but prior to the passage of AB 1720, the law did not provide that that licensed private investigators, who are exempt from having to register as process servers, were also provided this access.  Read More……


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