A London District Judge has requested a description of a Respondent but, how accurate can we be?
Age: Sometimes it is impossible to get within 10 years of a person's age.
Weight: Never easy to guess within 2 stone.
Race: Surely to be 100% correct, you would need to be an expert in this field.
Hair: Long or short, blonde or black, peoples appearances can change from day to day, we may well serve a lady with long blonde hair one day, who then appears in front of the Judge with short black hair a month later.
Height: This is probably the easiest to get correct.
Sex: Not a problem.
Glasses: Again difficult as, the Respondent may only wear glasses to read the document served.
The City of London Process Servers now request a Photograph of the Respondent to attach a copy to an affidavit as, EXHIBIT "B" or a description given by the Applicant, Petitioner, Claimant, Creditor or Landlord in order to be confirmed by the Process Server as, the Respondent served.
If you ask a person for their name and it is confirmed as the Respondent, then surely that is the best reason to serve that person with the documents whose name is listed as the Respondent.