1 edition of The postal laws of the United States as related to business interests found in the catalog.
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This book provides a compilation of the principal statutes and international agreements governing the provision of postal services in the United States.
The contents of the book are as follows: Chapter 1. The Postal Service (Title 39). Title 39 establishes the United States Postal Service and the Postal Regulatory Commission and includes most of the laws governing postal services.
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The United States has a number of rules and regulations regarding the postal service. The laws surrounding the mail are meant to keep postal service workers and the general public safe. They are also set up to make sure that there aren't any other laws being broken through use of the postal system.
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