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Universal Postal Convention
- SOLE CHAPTER. GENERAL PROVISIONS
+ CHAPTER 1. PROVISION OF SERVICES
+ CHAPTER 2. LIABILITY
+ CHAPTER 3. PROVISIONS SPECIFIC TO LETTER POST
+ CHAPTER 1. PROVISIONS SPECIFIC TO LETTER POST
+ CHAPTER 2. OTHER PROVISIONS
Article 38. Conditions for approval of proposals concerning the Convention and the Regulations
Article 39. Reservations at Congress
Article 40. Entry into force and duration of the Convention
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Artikel 1 Algemeen Postverdrag, Doha, 11-10-2012

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The undersigned, plenipotentiaries of the governments of the member countries of the Union, having regard to article 22.3 of the Constitution of the Universal Postal Union concluded at Vienna on 10 July 1964, have by common consent and subject to article 25.4 of the Constitution drawn up in this Convention the rules applicable throughout the international postal service.
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For the purposes of the Universal Postal Convention, the following terms shall have the meanings defined below:
1.1 parcel: item conveyed under the conditions of the Convention and the Parcel Post Regulations;
1.2 closed mail: labelled bag or set of bags or other receptacles sealed with or without lead, containing postal items;
1.3 misrouted mails: receptacles received at an office of exchange other than the one mentioned on the (bag) label;
1.4 personal data: information needed to identify a postal service user;
1.5 missent items: items received at an office of exchange meant for an office of exchange in another member country;
1.6 postal item: generic term referring to anything dispatched by the Post’s services (letter post, parcel post, money orders, etc.);
1.7 transit charges: remuneration for services rendered by a carrier in the country crossed (designated operator, other service or combination of the two) in respect of the land, sea and/or air transit of mails;
1.8 terminal dues: remuneration owed to the designated operator of the country of destination by the designated operator of the dispatching country in compensation for the costs incurred in the country of destination for letter-post items received;
1.9 designated operator: any governmental or non-governmental entity officially designated by the member country to operate postal services and to fulfil the related obligations arising out of the Acts of the Union on its territory;
1.10 small packet: item conveyed under the conditions of the Convention and the Letter Post Regulations;
1.11 inward land rate: remuneration owed to the designated operator of the country of destination by the designated operator of the dispatching country in compensation for the costs incurred in the country of destination for parcels received;
1.12 transit land rate: remuneration owed for services rendered by a carrier in the country crossed (designated operator, other service or combination of the two) in respect of the land and/or air transit of parcels through its territory;
1.13 sea rate: remuneration owed for services rendered by a carrier (designated operator, other service or a combination of the two) participating in the sea conveyance of parcels;
1.14 universal postal service: the permanent provision of quality basic postal services at all points in a member country’s territory, for all customers, at affordable prices;
1.15 transit à découvert: open transit through an intermediate country, of items whose number or weight does not justify the make-up of closed mails for the destination country.