Electronic communication via email the form of communication most common today among companies. It is a fact that every company sends a high number of emails daily with information regarding customers, providers and employees.
On some occasions, as senders we are interested in being able to check if the other party has received and read the content of the email. And for that, we will need to use registered email, which is the electronic proof that allows to prove that the email recipient has received it and read it, although he/she may deny it.
Therefore, registered email is increasingly used among professionals and companies. However, do you know what would happen if you present an email as evidence in court? What legal guarantees does a registered email provide?
In this post, we explain everything you need to know about the registered email and its admissibility as a legal evidence in a court case.
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