The service of sending registered e-mail certified by a ministerial officer (court bailiff or notary) gives the e-mail exchange with third parties a high degree of legal probative value:
-certain sent date
-unfalsifiable content (time-stamped in a sealed electronic envelope)
-opening of the e-mail by password
-known identifies of sender and recipient
-encrypted attachments subjected to digital imprint, then filed in their entirety in the officer’s minutes
-trackability of the sending of the registered e-mail by the court bailiff
-trackability of the reading of the registered e-mail by the court bailiff
-trackability of the receipt of the registered e-mail by the court bailiff
-maintenance of the history of each registered e-mail by the court bailiff.
The registered e-mail is therefore:
-proof of the exchange
-a guarantee that the documents exchanged will be kept for 30 years
-a time saver
-retrieval of your history in the event of litigation from a secure Web interface on Copyright.be, as for example from an online bank account. which makes it possible to produce the documents in a file (from the office of a judge, if necessary) by means of a simple Internet connection.
-low processing cost.