• It is not tresspassing if you are on the property with intent to speak with the owner of the property. But check with your local law enforcement for local laws.
  • I've served a sub-poena to someone at their front door before.
  • It is tortious conduct, but not a crime. Thus, the homeowner could sue the process server for any damages caused by the trespass, but if no damage was done, all you would get is nominal damages (which is usually $1.00). However, as was correctly pointed out by another answer, if a person enters the common walkway of a property to speak to the owner (and no signs exist saying this is not permitted), then there is no trespass.

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