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It is a copy of the original civil claim form and I need to send a Certificate of Service to the Court
To confirm, signed for delivery where I have proof of postage is sufficient. Even if the intended recipient choses not to go to the Post depot and retrieve it?
This guy has claimed that he has had his post box (he lives in a block of flats - boxes at entrance) broken into and that is the reason why maybe he didn't receive documents sent by the court.
OK, thank you.
Sorry about this but still concerned.
I sent the letter first class signed for. The Defendant was not at home and Royal Mail left a card regarding collection or re-delivery. The Defendant has not picked the letter up.
Technically doe this mean that it was not delivered as the letter is not actually in the defendants post box it is with Royal Mail?
Thanks ...... again! Pete