TeachMeFinance.com - explain Registered letter
Registered letter -- or registered mail matter. When a letter
or parcel sent by mail is registered the postmaster of the postoffice
where it is received makes a formal record of it and furnishes
a receipt for it to the sender and returns to the sender
an acknowledgment in writing by the one to whom it was
sent of its delivery to him. Special care is taken in the transmission
of the letter or parcel, but the government will not
make restitution in case of loss.
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