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Title 49Subtitle BChapter XSubchapter D → Part 1332

Title 49: Transportation


§1332.1   Applicability.
§1332.2   Availability of contracts.
§1332.3   Manner of submitting contracts.

Authority: Sec. 5005(b)(3), 84 Stat. 767, 39 U.S.C. 5005.

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§1332.1   Applicability.

The provisions of this part shall apply to copies of all contracts or agreements entered into by the U.S. Postal Service with any common carrier by rail or motor vehicle (including passenger-carrying vehicle), or freight forwarder, express company, or other person, for the surface transportation of mail as authorized by Chapters 50 and 52 of Title 39, United States Code, as revised and reenacted by the Postal Reorganization Act, 84 Stat. 719, 39 U.S.C. 5001 and 5201.

[36 FR 6426, Apr. 3, 1971]

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§1332.2   Availability of contracts.

Upon request from any member of the public to inspect a contract(s) or agreement(s) described in §1332.1, at any time between the effective date of such contract(s) or agreement(s) and 15 days prior thereto, the Board will obtain the requested contract(s) or agreement(s) from the U.S. Postal Service and make it (them) available for inspection.

[57 FR 23539, June 4, 1992]

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§1332.3   Manner of submitting contracts.

The U.S. Postal Service will submit to the Board, upon request, a copy of the requested contract(s) or agreement(s). Such contract(s) or agreement(s) will be submitted by facsimile transmission or messenger service where feasible, and, where such services are not feasible, by the fastest available mail service.

[57 FR 23539, June 4, 1992]

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