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Hello, this is my first post and was trying to find out if all letters should be sent via normal delivery services or if recorded mail should be?? I sent first letter normal and allowed two days before counting out the 14 days but i'm just about to send the LBA for my brother and wondered what to do?

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Recorded delivery so that the bank cannot say that they haven't received it and that you have proof. Good Luck and Welcome to the CAG.

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Recorded delivery mail still goes through with the rest of the post so it should, in theory, take exactly the same amount of time as a standard letter. The difference is, as natweststaffmember says, you will have proof that they have received the letter.

 

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I have to disagree,

 

The courts send correspondence 1st class and deem it served two days later.

 

I would get proof of posting though just so you at least have something to show should it be necessary.

 

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Recorded Delivery is often more trouble than it's worth - it is extra, unnecessary expense and can just lead to further problems.

 

There is no requirement to obtain proof of delivery - just an ordinary First Class stamp will do.

Opinions given herein are made informally by myself as a lay-person in good faith based on personal experience. For legal advice you must always consult a registered and insured lawyer.

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