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The Scottish Charity Appeals Panel Rules 2006

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24.—(1) All notices and documents required or authorised by these Rules to be sent to the Panel or the Secretary shall –

(a)be sent to or presented at the office of the Secretary as notified by the Secretary; or

(b)where the Secretary has notified the parties that electronic communications are accepted in relation to an appeal, be transmitted by electronic communication to a specified address for such communications.

(2) All notices and documents required by these Rules to be sent by the Panel or the Secretary to the parties may–

(a)in the case of OSCR

(i)be sent by post or delivered to OSCR at its principal place of business; or

(ii)where OSCR have agreed to accept electronic communications, be transmitted by electronic communication to a specified address for such communications.

(b)in the case of the appellant–

(i)be sent by post or delivered to the address specified in the notice of appeal (or the representative of the appellant); or

(ii)where the appellant has agreed to accept electronic communications, be transmitted by electronic communication to a specified address for such communications.

(3) Any notice or document sent to a person in accordance with this rule shall, unless the contrary is proved, be deemed to be received–

(a)where the document is sent by post, on the third day after the day on which it was sent; and

(b)in any other case, on the day on which the document was transmitted or delivered to that person.

(4) In this rule, “electronic communication” has the same meaning as that contained in section 15 of the Electronic Communications Act 2000(1).

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