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PARCEL POST CONVENTION-FRANCE. DECEMBER 7, 30,1935. 3331 ci-dessus, seront regles d'un com- mun accord, et par correspon- dance, par les deux Administra- tions. ARTICLE 9. RECEPISSES DE DEP6T. L'expediteur d'un colis ordi- naire recevra, sur S& demande, f&iOO au moment du dep~t, un recepisse de dep~t delivre par Ie bureau de dep6t sur une formule speci~le; chaque pays pourra perceVOIr une taxe ralson- nable pour ce recepisse, mais aucun certificat de dep6t autre que celui constatant Ie montant de 180 declaration de valeur (as- surance) ne sera delivre aux expediteurs de colis assures. ARTICLE 10. AVIS DE RECEPTION ET RECLAMATIONS. 1. L'expediteur d'un colis assure peut obtenir un avis de reception, moyennant, Ie cas echeant, Ie payement d'une taxe 8upptementaire que Ie pays d'origine stipulera. 2. Le pays d'origine ala faculte de percevoir une taxe pour toute demande de renseignements, re- lative au sort d 'un colis ordin&ire ou avec valeur declaree, formulee posterieurement au dep6t, et si l'expemteur n'a pas deja paye 1& taxe speciale relative A I'avis de reception. Le pays d'origine a egalement la faculte de percevoir une taxe pour toute reclamation relative A une irregularite qui, A premiere vue, n'est pas imputable A une faute du service postal. 3. Lorsqu'il est demande un avis de reception, I'expediteur ou Ie bureau d'origine portent sur Ie colis, a. 180 main ou au moyen d'un timbre, et d'une faQon tree apparente, 180 mention "Avis de reception" ou simplement les lettres "A. R.". Dans ce cas, les colis doivent ~tre accompagnes d'une formule confonne ou analogue au modele annexa a Ia Convention Postale Universelle. provision is made above, will be decided upon by mutual agree- ment through correspondence by the two Administrations. ARTICLE 9. CERTIFICATES OF MAILING. Certificate of msiling. The sender of' an ordinary Furni~hed I'tlnder on parcel will receive, on his request request. at the time of mailing, a certifi- cate of mailing issued by the office of origin on a special form; each country may collect a reason- able charge for that receipt, but no certificate of mailing other than the one showing the amount of tho declaration of value (in- surance) will be delivered to the senders of insured parcels. ARTICLE 10. RETURN RECEIPTS AND INQUIRIES.. Re.t~rn receipts and lDQwne.~. 1. The sender of an insured ('barge. parcel may obtain a return re- ceipt upon payment of such additional charge as the country of origin may stipulate. 2. The country of origin has Inquiry charge. the option of collecting a charge for all requests for information relative to the disposal of an ordinary or insured parcel made after mailing, if the sender has not already paid the special charge for a return receipt. The country of origin also has . Inqulrr relative to h . f 11' h lrregularlty. teoption0 co ectlD~acarge for an inquiry relative to an irregularity which is not, prima facie, imfutable to a fault of the posta service. 3. When a return receipt is Returnreceipt;fonn. requested, the sender or the etc. office of origin shall enter on the parcel, by hand or by means of a stamp, in a very conspicuous manner, the note "Avis de Re- ception" (return receipt), or simply the letters "A. R .". In that case, the parcels must be accompanied by a fonn con- forming or analogous to the model a,ppended to the Universal Postal Convention.