Cuántos intentos de entrega tiene un burofax

The burofax is a registered mailing service used in Spain to send important documents. Unlike an ordinary letter or a registered letter, the burofax offers greater security and legal validity. When a bureaufax is sent, it must be delivered to the addressee. It is important to know how the burofax delivery attempts work : if delivery cannot be made on the first attempt, a second attempt will be made.

Importance of burofax delivery

The delivery of the burofax is crucial for it to be legally valid. As a registered mail service, the burofax is used to send urgent and verifiable documents with the benefit of accrediting the sending and the content of the communication.

If the addressee refuses delivery of the bureaufax or does not withdraw it, legal consequences may arise. It is important to note that the responsibility for collecting the burofax lies with the addressee and failure to do so may have legal implications.

Delivery procedure

The procedure for delivery of the bureaufax may vary depending on the service provider. A recommended option is to use the MailComms online bureaufax, which is sent online but delivered by Correos, with the added guarantee of the universal postal service.

This service allows sending reliable notifications urgently and with delivery under signature, certifying the main data of the shipment and its content. This provides greater security and legal validity to the bureaufax sent.

In addition, in case you send it with our service, the probative value of the burofax is higher: we are recognized as a qualified provider of trusted electronic services by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation.

Legal consequences of refusing a bureaufax

The rejection of a bureaufax may imply the loss of certain rights or the assumption of legal responsibilities.

Refusing to receive a bureaufax has important legal consequences, so it is essential to understand the legal implications before making the decision to refuse a bureaufax.

As explained above, it should be noted that the bureaufax is considered delivered at the moment delivery is attempted to the addressee or to a neighbor or person responsible for the place of work.

If the addressee refuses delivery of the bureaufax, or does not pick it up or collect the bureaufax from the service provider’s office after two attempts at home delivery, this is considered a refusal of service, although for legal purposes it is considered to have been duly served. This means that the content of the bureaufax is considered known to the addressee, even if it has not been physically delivered.

Case law expressly states that a bureaufax not delivered because it was refused or not withdrawn does not imply proof of lack of knowledge on the part of the addressee, but on the contrary, it proves the will to renounce to be notified, as well as to renounce to collect the corresponding documentation.

Specifically, it establishes that a bureaufax not delivered due to a cause attributable to the addressee, for refusing it or not having been withdrawn from the corresponding office, is for all purposes, a notification made.

Although it is true that when the mailing is not delivered to the addressee, the addressee will be unaware of its contents and therefore we cannot expect a timely response, it is also true that the addressee is voluntarily and consciously refusing or not withdrawing the registered letter, thus expressing his will to waive the right to be notified.

When sending a bureaufax, the copy delivered at the time of sending is retained and signed by the employee. This copy is deposited in case it is necessary to justify its content. The recipient’s signature is also retained upon receipt. A certified copy of the content is included in the bureaufax document sent and the service notice indicates the addressee and a copy of his signature at the time of receipt. This certifies that you have received the communication.

Therefore, when a bureaufax is delivered, the identity of the individual or legal entity that has collected the communication is recorded and, in case it cannot be delivered, the details, justification and circumstances that have prevented such delivery.

Finally, it should be noted that the burofax can be used as proof of delivery in legal proceedings. If it can be shown that an attempt was made to deliver the bureaufax and that the addressee refused or did not withdraw it, it may be used as evidence in the proceeding that proper service was made.

Conclusions: should you take into account attempts to deliver a burofax?

In short, the burofax is a registered mail service used in Spain to send important documents. Delivery of the bureaufax is essential for it to be legally valid, and if the addressee refuses delivery or does not withdraw it, legal consequences may arise.

It is important to use a reliable service provider with online bureaufax service with delivery under signature and content certification. This provides greater security and legal validity to the bureaufax sent.

In the event that the addressee refuses delivery of the bureaufax or does not withdraw it, it is deemed to have been duly notified and the contents are deemed to be known to the addressee. This may have legal implications and the burofax may be used as proof of delivery in legal proceedings.

Do not underestimate the importance of attempted delivery of the bureaufax and be sure to follow proper procedures to ensure its legal validity.