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What is the difference between regular mail and registered mail?
Registered Mail offers you extra certainty. The following table shows you the difference between both types of mail.Difference between regular mail and Registered Mail 
Will I receive proof that my registered mail was sent in the Post Office or Post Point?
Your mailing receipt will be validated with a postmark in the Post Point or Post Office. The barcode on the mailing receipt will be attached to your shipment. The rest of the mailing receipt will be given to you; it counts as legal proof that your item was sent.
When do I use registered mail?
Choose registered mail if you want to prove that your item or letter was sent, without any dispute concerning the destination. In some cases, registered mail is even required by law. Use registered mail for: • official, confidential, original documents • termination of contracts (tenancy, insurance, energy, etc.) • commencement of contracts (insurance, telephone, etc.) • official correspondence with your employer • documents related to your health or that are important to you • a dispute • small gifts
Who delivers my registered mail with customised insurance?
bpost delivers this mail in Belgium. Outside Belgium it is delivered by a local postal operator.
What is registered mail with customised insurance?
With the customised insurance option, you insure the value of your mail (up to €7500 within Belgium). If your mail is lost, stolen or damaged, you will receive compensation from bpost.
When do I add confirmation of receipt to my registered mail?
Add it if you want formal and written proof that the addressee received your mail. The recipient must write his/her name, signature and the date on this document upon receipt of the item. The document will then be sent to you. In the event of a dispute, this document is legally valid. You can add a confirmation of receipt to: • official, confidential, original documents • termination of contracts (tenancy, insurance, energy, etc.) • commencement of contracts (insurance, telephone, etc.) • official correspondence with your employer • a dispute, documents related to your health or that are important to you In some cases, Registered Mail is required by law. Ask for registered mail in your Post Office or Post Point.
Is registered mail sufficient to protect me legally?
Registered mail offers you legal protection unless the law imposes a different procedure (e.g. using a bailiff).