I have researched to see if I have the right granted by the Constitution of the United States. I didn't find anything that I could refer to.
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Real Estate Attorney
There is nothing in the Constitution which guaranties you the right to receive mail. If you are having a problem, you might try contacting your local postmaster, or if he or she is the problem, head on up the USPS ladder.
Don't believe you will find an enumerated right to receive mail in the Constitution.
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