2009 Texas Code
CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE
TITLE 6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 136. PROOF OF MAILING  

CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE

TITLE 6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

CHAPTER 136. PROOF OF MAILING

Sec. 136.001. CERTIFIED MAIL. (a) Except as provided by

Subsection (b), a person may use certified mail with return

receipt requested in any case in which registered mail is

required by law. The mailing of a notice of hearing, citation,

bid request, or other notice, information, or material by

certified mail has the same legal effect as if sent by registered

mail, if the receipt for the certified mail is validated with an

official post office postmark.

(b) An article shall be sent by registered mail if registered

mail is required by law to provide insurance against loss of the

article.

Added by Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. 268, Sec. 3, eff. Sept. 1,

1993.

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