On 07/03/2009 17:29, Thomas wrote :
If you don’t find better, you can try on fr.misc.droit
The regulars of fr.comp.mail are logically those who use the
minus postal mail 😉
It seems logical that they don’t like it, but it remains to be seen if it’s legal.
For a definitive change of address if you put NPAI (no longer living in
at the indicated address) with the new one it seems to be efficient.
On Sat, 07 Mar 2009 18:06:29 +0100, martin68 wrote :
Jacquouille the Scoundrel
You’ve been typing on your keyboard in the…
Who cares if she doesn’t like it?
The main thing is that she does it anyway.
I never had a problem with that. 🙂
Jacquouille la Fripouille
Périgord, meitat chen, meitat porc.
On Sat, 07 Mar 2009 17:29:06 +0100, Thomas
As long as the envelope is unopened* and the name remains the same
, it’s just a reshipment, so no postage is required.
What is important is that the old address is scratched out of
so that the scanning machine does not risk the
being read back by mistake. (cf mechanizable mail)
The best way to do this is to put back a label that only lets
overflow the old name and covers the address.
Also remember to cross out the old orange barcode, if the machine has
In article mdnews
did you want to clarify something?
thanks for the details 🙂
she did it all right (except she just crossed out the address in pencil,
instead of putting a label)
she sent me mail from evreux to albi on monday the 2nd, and
didn’t arrive yet.
is that normal?
in there is a checkbook, should I make
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Tue, 10 Mar 2009 15:08:42 +0100, Thomas
No, typing mistake (mittens too big:)
It also passes, but can cause reading errors if the
scratch is made on a window envelope (the document moves
inside and the scratches are therefore sometimes offset) or if address
written with felt pen and has been rained on.
Eight days. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. It’s up to you.
Prefer to have the cheque books delivered in LRAR or at a
PS. You can have your mail forwarded temporarily (23E/month
France and Overseas / 55E Rest of the World)
Rates on the
Post Office website http://www.laposte.fr
Never seen a return envelope? That’s what it’s for.
Ah… here we go.
I know 2 types of cheque book delivery: at the counter of bank
or by registered mail; if your bank uses a simple delivery,
if the mail was registered (the initial question does not have the same
meaning), the mail cannot be redirected for free, the
person (your parents) should have refused it.
Incidentally, you can make a stop payment on this cheque book,
in the hope – without cynicism – that it will cost you more than
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