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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 24 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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Designated operators shall cease to be liable for registered items, parcels and insured items which they have delivered according to the conditions laid down in their regulations for items of the same kind. Liability shall, however, be maintained:
1.1 when theft or damage is discovered either prior to or at the time of delivery of the item;
1.2 when, internal regulations permitting, the addressee, or the sender if it is returned to origin, makes reservations on taking delivery of a rifled or damaged item;
1.3 when, internal regulations permitting, the registered item was delivered to a private mail-box and the addressee declares that he did not receive the item;
1.4 when the addressee or, in the case of return to origin, the sender of a parcel or of an insured item, although having given a proper discharge, notifies the designated operator that delivered the item without delay that he has found theft or damage. He shall furnish proof that such theft or damage did not occur after delivery. The term “without delay” shall be interpreted according to national law.
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Member countries and designated operators shall not be liable:
2.1 in cases of force majeure, subject to article 15.5.9;
2.2 when they cannot account for items owing to the destruction of official records by force majeure, provided that proof of their liability has not been otherwise produced;
2.3 when such loss or damage has been caused by the fault or negligence of the sender or arises from the nature of the contents;
2.4 in the case of items that fall within the prohibitions specified in article 18;
2.5 when the items have been seized under the legislation of the country of destination, as notified by the member country or designated operator of that country;
2.6 in the case of insured items which have been fraudulently insured for a sum greater than the actual value of the contents;
2.7 when the sender has made no inquiry within six months from the day after that on which the item was posted;
2.8 in the case of prisoner-of-war or civilian internee parcels;
2.9 when the sender’s actions may be suspected of fraudulent intent, aimed at receiving compensation.
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Member countries and designated operators shall accept no liability for customs declarations in whatever form these are made or for decisions taken by the Customs on examination of items submitted to customs control.