Check with your local government (i.e., city, county). Every
jurisdiction has different rules.
Technically, no, but good luck finding someone who cares. Placing anything without a stamp in a mailbox (any mailbox) is a violation of federal postal law. The USPS considers your mailbox to be a part of their system, and placing a letter in it without a stamp is considered use of their system without paying for it. Also, some legal scholars think this is a violation of the tenant's privacy, since the mailbox is part of the apartment. If the flyer left is rude or obnoxious, a judge might rule it a breach of quiet enjoyment. Otherwise, you'll be hard pressed to find a postal inspector who cares, or a judge who cares either.
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