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What is UCP (Under Certificate of Posting)? How to send a letter through UCP and what is its procedure?

Asked by Mayuri Birje, 16 Jul '09 02:28 pm
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When the Post office certifies recieving a letter for despatch its UCP. One can send three letters for UCP at one go, by writing down the name & addresses on a sheet of paper, affixing a Rs. 5/- stamp and delivering all three letters to the Post master for stamping and reciept. This proves and certifies from a govt. authority that you have posted letters and no one can deny it...even in court.
Answered by prasoon, 16 Jul '09 03:01 pm

 
  
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It is a certificate given by the post master that you have posted a letter addressed to....
Three addresses can be certified on one paper. Wrte the names and addresses, and give letters and this paper to the postmaster . He will ask you to affix a 5/- stamp on the paper and then cancel it by stamping. This is your certificate of posting.
Answered by Subhash Palsapure, 16 Jul '09 02:33 pm

 
  
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