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What recourse is there if someone other than the intended recipient signs for a certified letter?


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Answered 2006-11-29 03:41:32

None. Any person at the residence can sign for and accept the letter if they are willing to take the responsibility or they can refuse the correspondence and the addressee will be required to pick it up at the local postal branch. That person cannot however open the letter unless they have the permission of the addressee.

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