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1 hour ago, offshoremanxman said:

The Post Office has a contract with every sub postmaster.

That link suggests nothing different, other than that the new sub post office was staying in Regent Street, temporarily, so that would require a contract of some kind as the building was owned by the Post Office.

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2 minutes ago, John Wright said:

The Post Office has a contract with every sub postmaster.

That link suggests nothing different, other than that the new sub post office was staying in Regent Street, temporarily, so that would require a contract of some kind as the building was owned by the Post Office.

As I understand it the contract with the sub postmaster is a salaried personal contract between IOM Post and an individual (the sub postmaster). It’s about £30,000 a year paid to an individual person who probably then sub contracts their services out to the operating company. In the H&B situation it’s not clear who the individual sub postmaster is. H&B appear to run the whole environment and building in Douglas under a separate management contract. 

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17 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

Yes but the sub postmaster is a designated person. Who is paid the equivalent of a salary to be the sub postmaster.

You haven’t got a clue what you’re talking about, several posters have told you the position, why don’t you go & ask the sub post master 

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20 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

Yes but the sub postmaster is a designated person. Who is paid the equivalent of a salary to be the sub postmaster.

A sub postmaster can be an individual person or a recognised legal entity ( body corporate )

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19 minutes ago, John Wright said:

A sub postmaster can be an individual person or a recognised legal entity ( body corporate )

Exactly so in this case it’s H&B or some subsidiary company of H&B but there must be a person designated and paid to act as sub postmaster for the company. 

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2 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

Exactly so in this case it’s H&B or some subsidiary company of H&B but there must be a person designated and paid to act as sub postmaster for the company. 

FFS, John has just explained.  A company is a legal entity so can be the sub post master.

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3 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

He hasn’t explained as the sub post master is an individually paid personal position. 

Yes  but the individually paid sub post master happens to be a company in this jnstance.

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8 minutes ago, Gladys said:

FFS, John has just explained.  A company is a legal entity so can be the sub post master.

But a company  as a legal entity cannot be the licensee of a public house. It has to be a personal licensee.

Not sure if that is the case with post offices. 

Google could probably provide an answer.

 

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