The Civil Division provides for the timely service of court orders issued by the Vermont Superior Court, litigants and other lawful authorities.
Some types of documents and civil processes frequently served by the Caledonia County Sheriff's Office include: summons and complaints, writ of replevin, writ of possession, trustee processes, small claims, divorce processes, judgement orders, and notice of eviction/quit. Additionally, the Sheriff of each county is the only lawful authority to evict tenants following legal action.
Fees (as set by 32VSA1591):
Service: $75.00 per person served, plus mileage
Postage: When applicable
Copy fees: $5.00
Note:Our office requires a $100.00 deposit to cover the above fees. Any unused portions of the deposit will be refunded following the completion of service. Any unused portion that is $1.00 or less will not be refunded.
At this time we cannot accept Debt/credit cards. Deposit must be in the form of a check, money order or exact cash.
You can submit your documents for service to our office in person at our office in St. Johnsbury, or by mail.
The Caledonia County Sheriff's Office is empowered to sell or auction property on behalf of the person or entity with legal possession and ownership of property.