The presentation of the letter of the Minister of Justice, the courts of some of the case provided for in the sending of the Act of 7 May 1965 (248/65) on the basis of article 10 § 1 of the document, which will be sent by post or by courier, to be kept by the sender, please indicate clearly on the name, profession, place of residence and e-mail address.
Sending the document by post to the person concerned shall be notified in the request for information referred to in subparagraph (1) of the identity of the person to whom the document is requested to be sent to.
the dispatch of some of the article 2 of the law on the matter, the courts referred to in the letter is for the Court or other authority shall on receipt of the document by post or by courier to make a note of the way in which the document is received and when the document or notice of the arrival of the post office has been given to the authority. Lähetistä is also an important necessary personal data.
§ 3 When sending the document by post to the person concerned encounters an obstacle, it is authority and, if possible, the person concerned shall inform the obstacle, and, where the document was his by.
section 4 section 4 of the (14.2.1992/160) has been revoked A 14.2.1992/160.
section 5 of the document can be sent to the person concerned as a standard or, where required by the quality of the document, by registered mail. Postage and shipping fee, stamp duty and the redemption of the document, as well as compensation for the portable to the Court a copy of the document on the lack of writing at the expense of the party concerned may be charged cash on delivery.
Save cash on delivery shipment is accepted, the amount of the advance or the delicious without the person concerned, who has subscribed to the document, in accordance with the provisions set out in ulosottotoimin of taxes and charges.
Article 6 this Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1966.
The change of the date of entry into force and the application of the acts: 14.2.1992/160: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 April 1992.