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madhu mittal (director)     21 May 2013

In lieu of upc

Whenever any notice is sent, earlier, it was sent by Registered A/D Post as well as U.P.C. The receipt of Registered letter only bears only one line of address or two line address, but hardly full address. Earlier, it was proved by showing the receipt of U.P.C., which bears the full address of sendee. But now a days, U.P.C. was closed by the Post Office.

Now my First question is how to prove that the notice is sent on correct address. The sign on acknowledgement is not of the sendee, but someone else, The registered letter receipt does not bear full address of sendee and second question is what a sender should do at the time of sending registered letter to get full address of sendee, as the employee of post office says the computer does not take full address i.e. there is not enough place in computer to write full address. Third one, whether there is another mode of U.P.c. as this scheme has been closed.


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Shantilal Pandya ( Advocate)     22 May 2013

Court may  on oral evidenceof the sender, as well as from the contents of the office copy of the notice presume that the envelope contained the correct  address of the recepient  ,as in a case that  the court also relies on oral evidence unless the contrary is proved to hold that the postal articled contained the real notice.

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