Post Office (Amendment) Act, 1951

Cash-on-Delivery service.

10.—(1) Any Cash-on-Delivery service established by the Minister shall be conducted in accordance with such provisions as may be contained in Post Office regulations.

(2) In this section the expression “Cash-on-Delivery service” means a service whereby the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs undertakes at the request of the sender of a postal packet to collect, or secure the collection of, a sum of money on the sender's behalf from the addressee of the packet as a condition of delivery.