A customer of a CMRA may receive mail and other deliveries at the rue de la CMRA and not to the customer`s own address. Depending on the agreement between the client and CMRA, CMRA may forward the mail to the client or keep it ready for pick-up. (2) The customer`s written agreement with the OBC does not provide for all of the following: other commentators have indicated that they can change their agreements with OBCs from one year to the next and that they can be considered OBC customers in a few years, according to the 16-hour standard, and in others as cmra customers. They noted that this may require new stationery to enable them to meet addressing standards. But this is not the case because, in both cases, they can use the alternative character “#” to display their secondary addresses. 1. The client`s written agreement with the OBC does not provide for the full-time use of one or more private offices of Start Printed Page 56996 within the OBC entity; and there are probably merits for each of these points. The postal service recognizes the need to balance all interests, including economic concerns, consumers and couriers. The introduction of occupancy standards and the increase in the 16-hour standard, while likely to bring some benefits to consumer protection, would likely result in additional costs for OBCs and their customers. The postal service believes that it is appropriate to err on the side of caution and has decided not to change these standards – with one exception. Section D042.2.8(b)(2) has been revised to clarify that agreements on the right to private offices must be entered into in an OBC at an appropriate market price for the site.
The postal service may request from the OBC copies of written agreements or other documents or information necessary to establish compliance with these standards. The absence of requested documents or information may form the basis for the suspension of the delivery service to the OBC, in accordance with the procedures described in paragraphs 2.6 to h. .