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In relation to a parcel delivery company, which operates using self-employed franchisees, would it be correct to assume that due to the fact that loss, damage, theft, etc, etc, could well be laid at the doors of franchisees, that the parcel delivery company itself holds no liability in law, vicariously, directly, or in any other form? 

Would I be right to assume that there is no independent regulator, to address the fact that losses amounting to many £ millions are occurring every year, and that in many cases it's impossible to even contact these rogue delivery companies? 

With the economy in free fall, it seems as though things are likely to get extremely bleak in the very near future, so maybe the rogue parcel delivery concerns, do need to be officially investigated very urgently? 


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Would it be correct to say that this (and your post) are statements, made to look like question(s) ?


Why not, instead, post what has happened (are you the sender? recipient??), who the sender’s contract was with, and you might get some concrete advice (including on the role / applicability of third party rights), or if your redress is against the sender (if applicable)

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