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    Default cc: hand delivered?

    When I am sending a copy of a letter to an employee but also hand delivering the same letter to them how should that be shown? Is cc: Hand delivered appropriate or needed?

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    Default Re: cc: hand delivered?

    You are sending the same letter through the mail and giving it to them by hand? Isn't that unnecessary?

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    Default Re: cc: hand delivered?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    You are sending the same letter through the mail and giving it to them by hand? Isn't that unnecessary?

    Not necessarily. Even if a person receives the mailed copy, they can claim that they didn't, that it was lost in the mail. A hand-delivered copy has to be signed for, and has proof of delivery as a result.


    In answer to the original question, yes, you'd list the person's name after CC: and then insert "hand delivery" or "hand delivered" afterwards in parentheses.

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