I've got a question I want to ask, but I'm not sure what community to ask it in.

I'm aware that Stack sites are not geographically restricted, so asking a question that has a "legally does X" formula, causes some issues since the question becomes geographically locked, and no-one want's to chuck down an opinion about anything 'legally'.

So for this meta question, I have my question that I wanted to ask: *"When I get a shipment from China, and it's delivered to me in England by Fedex, when do I become bound OR do I become bound by Fedex's Terms and Conditions, or Terms of Carriage - I've received a shipment, they want some "service fees" to be paid on the delivery, but I don't believe I'm responsible for those fees since I'm not the sender."

So that's the question I want to ask, but I don't know where, or IF it's a suitable question for any of the stackexchange network.

Is there a way to make it a suitable question? Or is this the kind of question I should take to somewhere like "Quora". Obviously I like coming to Stack Exchange, but I'm not sure if it's the 'right' or even possible to ask a 'geographically restricted and "legal-eez" question'


You should take it either to Law Stack Exchange or to Travel Stack Exchange. I think Law is your best bet, because they deal with "legal-ish" stuff a lot. If it's not well received there, you can flag it for mod attention so they can migrate it to Travel.

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    I can't see Travel liking this question, as the problem is neither specific to traveling or commonly faced by travelers. Expats might be somewhat better, but even then I don't think it's a particularly good fit. – SOLO Jul 6 '18 at 13:30

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