An electronically registered mail, as defined by law, is a service rendered by a trusted third party that proves a content has been exchanged between two parties.
The electronically registered mail provides in particular:
- Proof of mailing by the sender to a third party.
- Proof of consent by the recipient to receive mail.
- Proof of delivery to the addressee of the mail once he/she has agreed to receive it.
These types of proof are constituted and stored by a third party in an electronic way, and thus protect both parties by guaranteeing the traceability of the exchange.
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