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From: "Richard Henry"
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Subject: Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]
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Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 00:46:37 GMT
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Organization: Cox Communications
"Rod Speed" wrote in message
> Everett M. Greene wrote in message
> > Rod Speed wrote
> >> Have fun explaining hand delivered flyers into the letterbox.
> > That's what the wife got to do when someone put a
> > flyer for her art group's upcoming show into someone's
> > mailbox and a carrier found it when delivering the mail.
> Perfectly legal under that federal law.
> Because there was no 'with intent to avoid payment
> of lawful postage thereon' just using the mailbox as
> a reasonably secure place to leave it so it wont blow
> away etc and an alternative to knocking on the door
> and hand delivering it personally etc.
Incomplete. You still need to rationalize "...may be used only for matter
bearing postage...no part of a mail
receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not bearing postage..."
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