Over the years, I have come across the situation where a print was sent, but not received - yes, folks, it was "lost in the mail". Assuming everyone is truthful, what is the expectation of the sender? Is the sender obligated to send another print, even if it's not their fault the print was lost? The cost of the print and the mailing could be expensive. Or is the recipient out of luck here. Want to get people's thoughts on this.
Reason is that I want to update the 'rules' for the blind print exchange so that, for future rounds:
Senders understand that if their print is lost in the mail, they need to send another one.
Recipients understand that if their print is lost in the mail, they are SOL.
It's not pretty for either party one way or another. Thoughts? Advice? Wisdom of the sages only. No wits from the peanut gallery