213.—(1) The Department may make provision by regulations for securing that where—
(a)(apart from this Article) a person is entitled to compensation under a statutory provision to which this Article applies, and
(b)the circumstances are such that he is also entitled to a redundancy payment,
the amount of the redundancy payment shall be set off against the compensation to which he would be entitled apart from this Article; and any statutory provision to which any such regulations apply shall have effect subject to the regulations.
(2) This Article applies to any statutory provision—
(a)which was in force immediately before 6th December 1965, and
(b)under which the holders of such situations, places or employments as arc specified in that provision are, or may become, entitled to compensation for loss of employment, or for loss or diminution of emoluments or of pension rights, in consequence of the operation of any other statutory provision referred to in that provision.
214.—(1) Any notice which under this Part is required or authorised to be given by an employer to an employee may be given by being delivered to the employee, or left for him at his usual or last-known place of residence, or sent by post addressed to him at that place.
(2) Any notice which under this Part is required or authorised to m be given by an employee to an employer may be given either by the employee himself or by a person authorised by him to act on his behalf, and (whether given by or on behalf of the employee)—
(a)may be given by being delivered to the employer, or sent by post addressed to him at the place where the employee is or was employed by him, or
(b)if arrangements have been made by the employer, may be given by being delivered to a person designated by the employer in pursuance of the arrangements, left for such a person at a place so designated or sent by post to such a person at an address so designated.
(3) In this Article any reference to the delivery of a notice includes, in relation to a notice which is not required by this Part to be in writing, a reference to the oral communication of the notice.
(4) Any notice which, in accordance with any provision of this Article, is left for a person at a place referred to in that provision shall, unless the contrary is proved, be presumed to have been received by him on the day on which it was left there.
(5) Nothing in paragraph (1) or (2) affects the capacity of an employer to act by a servant or agent for the purposes of any provision of this Part (including either of those paragraphs).
(6) In relation to an employee to whom Article 208 applies, this Article has effect as if—
(a)any reference in paragraph (1) or (2) to a notice required or authorised to be given by or to an employer included a reference to a notice which, by virtue of that Article, is required or authorised to be given by or to the person by whom the remuneration is payable,
(b)in relation to a notice required or authorised to be given to that person, any reference to the employer in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) of paragraph (2) were a reference to that person, and
(c)the reference to an employer in paragraph (5) included a reference to that person.
215.—(1) In this Part—
“counter-notice” shall be construed in accordance with Article 184(a),
“dismissal” and “dismissed” shall be construed in accordance with Articles 171 to 173,
“employer’s payment” has the meaning given by Article 201,
“notice of intention to claim” shall be construed in accordance with Article 183(1),
“obligatory period of notice” has the meaning given by Article 171(4), and
“trial period” shall be construed in accordance with Article 173(3).
(2) In this Part—
(a)references to an employee being laid off or being eligible for a redundancy payment by reason of being laid off, and
(b)references to an employee being kept on short-time or being eligible for a redundancy payment by reason of being kept on short-time,
shall be construed in accordance with Articles 182 and 183.