Where there was no agreement in place between two member states as to the terms upon which one would accept and deliver mail coming in to the receiving country for the other, it was proper to make a charge. That charge should not however seek to recover the entire cost of the onward delivery of the mail within the borders. Such a demand would be in breach of European law.
G. Rodriguez Iglesias, P
Times 15-Mar-2000, C-148/97, C-147/97,  EUECJ C-147/97,  EUECJ C-148/97
Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.79940