The court clerk has the primary responsibility to record, file, and maintain as permanent records the proceedings of the district court.
Private Process Server Licensing
Oklahoma Statute Reference: 12 O.S. §158.1
A person is prohibited from applying for, obtaining, or renewing a process server license if he/she has been convicted of: a violent crime, as defined in Section 571 of Title 57 of the Oklahoma Statutes. a crime that required the person to register pursuant to the Sex Offenders Registration Act in this state or another state.
Forms Needed: Application Public Notice Proof of Posting Order Granting Application for Statewide Private Process Server LicenseStatewide Private Process Server License
New Process Server - Statewide $335.70
Good for one (1) year / Process is the same as a new license/Statewide
Renewal Process Server - Statewide $229.14 Good for three (3) years / Process is the same as a new license/Statewide