Section 48 – Giving notices etc. under this Part
108.Where a person is required or authorised by a provision of this Part to notify another person of something or to give a document to that person, including a notice or a copy of a document, it may be given in a number of ways. It may be delivered to the person, delivered by post to the person’s proper address, or left at the person’s proper address. It may also be sent electronically provided the person to whom it is to be sent has indicated a willingness to receive a notice or documents by such means and has an address suitable for that purpose. Examples include an email address or a fax number. For a body corporate, such as a company, the document or notification may be given to the secretary or clerk of that body at its registered or principal office. For post, the “proper address” of a person is the person’s last known address unless the person is a body corporate; in which case, its “proper address” is the address of its registered or principal office.