Late Payer won’t accept Recorded Delivery letter

You don’t have to inform them at all before you instruct a debt collection agency. And a fax is a better way than most of ensuring that you have receipt of delivery of a letter.
 

Posted under Late Payment, Legal Issues

Posted by Alec at 2:21 pm, June 14, 2007

2 Comments so far

  1. Alec added on  June 14th, 2007 at 14:50

    Not a fact at all Steve. Construction Partnership UK Limited v Leek Developments Limited (2006). A fax transmission receipt is legal proof of the service of a notice as long as a contract does not specifically disallow service by fax.

  2. Alec added on  June 14th, 2007 at 15:06

    I take it by “invoiced faxes” you mean “faxed invoices”? No problem at all with them as long as you have a transmission report showing that they were received.

    I don’t know what you mean by “baliff faxes” but assuming you mean court documents then these have to be served in person or by post.

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