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From: "Rod Speed"
Subject: Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 12:47:34 +1100
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Richard Henry wrote in message
> Rod Speed wrote
>> Everett M. Greene wrote
>>> 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.
> 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..."
That aint in any federal law.
Thats an entirely separate issue, postal rules that aint federal law.
Just like the detail on adequately packing stuff sent thru the mail is.
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