After a few attempts, It will get sent back to the sender. If the letter petains to contacting a person about a debt obligation, the law presumes that a reasonable attempt has been made as the post office or courier service will mark the correspondence as the addresse refused acceptance. That in turn means that the creditor can proceed with whatever action is required to collect the debt owed.
THAT IS NOT TRUE SERVICE UPON A PERSON MUST BE PERFECTED IN ORDER FOR YOU TO PROCEED WITH A COURT CASE.
SOME CASES PERTAINING TO RENTALS AND SUCH IF THE PERSON HAS ABANDON THE PREMISES THAN THAT MAY ALLOW YOU TO PROCEED WITH A COURT CASE
CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL COURT ON THE RULES AND PROCEDURE REGARDING SERVICES BY PROCESS
ONLY IN THE CASE OF A PERSON SEEKING A DIVORCE FROM A MISSING SPOUSE CAN YOU GET A COURT AUCTION GOING AND THAT (TYPE OF DIVORCE) IS THE LONGEST TO GET SOME STATES IT 120 DAY WAITING PERIOD.
Certified Mail is a special service started in 1955 by the US Postal Service that gives the sender proof of mailing and delivery. If the intended receiver does not sign the receipt of deliver, then he will not receive that letter. Any person can sign for the letter, so if the intended receiver is not at home, or not available to pick it up at the post office, someone else can do it for him, as long as they sign the reciept taking responsibility for the letter.
No. If the landlord is sending a certified letter for specific person than only that specific person or authorized representative, such as someone living in the same household, may sign for that letter. If it is sent out then signed by the same person this could be a federal offense.
You have to sign for certified mail packages.
Certified mail requires you to sign for the mail. To know who sent the certified mail, you usually need to sign for it but the sender's name is typically listed on the green card attached to the mail. You can ask to look at the card before signing and if you miss the delivery, you can look at the slip the mail carrier leaves for you that lets you know you had a certified letter or package.
When you send a certified letter, the person receiving it has to sign a receipt acknowledging it was delivered and received. The receipt (or a copy) is sent to the person who mailed it to prove that the letter was delivered and received. This eliminates the excuse "I never received it" - especially in legal matters.
The purpose of sending a letter by certified mail is to have proof the letter was sent and received.
Yes. However, the certified person then assumes the responsibility that the work of the non-certified person was correct.
Take the certified letter notification (the card telling you that a certified letter is being sent to you) to your local post office, and ask who the sender is.
Any matter can be addressed in a certified letter. The certification is proof it was delivered.
Unless you are trying to hide out , why not? Do you want to claim that you never were given legal notice about something ? Signing for certified mail only lets the sender know that you got the letter- it does not commit you to anything else. Anybody could send you a certified letter with any content they choose-- it is not a contract and accepting the letter does not mean that you agree to anything in the letter.