Postal and Telecommunications Services Act, 1983

General duty of postal company.

13.—(1) It shall be the general duty of the postal company to conduct the company's affairs so as to ensure that—

(a) charges for services are kept at the minimum rates consistent with meeting approved financial targets, and

(b) revenues of the company are not less than sufficient to—

(i) meet all charges properly chargeable to revenue account (including depreciation of assets and proper allocation to general reserve) taking one year with another,

(ii) generate a reasonable proportion of capital needs, and

(iii) remunerate capital and repay borrowings.

(2) Nothing in section 12 or this section shall be construed as imposing on the company, either directly or indirectly, any form of duty or liability enforceable by proceedings before any court to which it would not otherwise be subject.