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The Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007

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22.—(1) Service of the application in accordance with paragraph 21(2) shall be effected by the applicant, or his solicitor, or by a person instructed by him or his solicitor, not less than 5 business days before the date fixed for the hearing.

(2) Service shall be effected by delivering the documents to a person’s proper address or in such other manner as the court may direct.

(3) A person’s proper address is any which he has previously notified as his address for service within Northern Ireland; but if he has not notified any such address or if for any reason service at such address is not practicable, service may be effected as follows—

(a)(subject to sub-paragraph (4)) in the case of a company incorporated in Northern Ireland, by delivery to its registered office;

(b)In the case of any other person, by delivery to his usual or last known address or principal place of business in Northern Ireland.

(4) If delivery to a company’s registered office is not practicable, service may be effected by delivery to its last known principal place of business in Northern Ireland.

(5) Delivery of documents to any place or address may be made by leaving them there or sending them by first class post in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 65 and 70(1).

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