As used in this part:

(1)  “Key” means any instrument used by the postal service and postal customer, and which is designed to operate the lock on a mail receptacle.

Terms Used In Utah Code 76-6-1001

  • United States: includes each state, district, and territory of the United States of America. See Utah Code 48-2e-1156
(2)  “Mail” means any letter, card, parcel, or other material, along with its contents, that:

(a)  has postage affixed by the postal customer or postal service;

(b)  has been accepted for delivery by the postal service;

(c)  the postal customer leaves for collection by the postal service; or

(d)  the postal service delivers to the postal customer.

(3)  “Mail receptacle” means a mail box, post office box, rural box, or any place intended or used by postal customers or the postal service for the collection or delivery of mail.

(4)  “Postage” means a postal service stamp, permit imprint, meter strip, or other indication of either prepayment for postal service provided or authorization by the postal service for collection and delivery of mail.

(5)  “Postal service” means the United States Postal Service and any motor carrier engaged in the business of collecting, transporting, and delivering mail.

Enacted by Chapter 87, 1998 General Session