Where the postal service provider admits infringements of the general authorization conditions and/or legislation and/or other regulations in the field of postal communications, ANRCETI is empowered to issue a decision requiring the provider to stop the infringement and remedy the consequences.
According to Art. 38 (3) of Law no.36/2016, the right to provide postal services may be suspended by court ruling, at ANRCETI’s request, where the provider fails to comply with the decision to remedy the infringements of the obligations set under the general authorization regime.
The right to provide postal services may be withdrawn by court ruling at ANRCETI’s request, where the provider fails to eliminate, in a reasonably set timeframe, the circumstances that led to the suspension of the right.
The right to provide postal services under the general authorization regime is no longer valid in the following cases:
a) the postal service provider has notified ANRCETI under Law No.36/2016 of postal service activity termination;
b) the postal service provider has been declared insolvent or removed from the State Register of Legal Entities.
Disputes between postal service providers are examined by ANRCETI in accordance with the Regulation on Dispute Resolution Procedure for dusputes under ANRCETI’s competence. It was approved by ANRCETI Administrative Board Decision no.17 of 08.05.2016 and may be accessed here.
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