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16(1)Any notice under this Schedule shall be duly served on the person on whom it is to be served if it is delivered to him, or left at his proper address, or sent to him by post in a registered letter or by the recorded delivery service.E+W
(2)Any such notice shall be duly served on an incorporated company or body if it is served on the secretary or clerk of the company or body.
(3)Any such notice to be served on a landlord or tenant of any land shall, where an agent or servant is responsible for the control of the management or farming, as the case may be, of the land, be duly served if served on that agent or servant.
(4)For the purposes of this paragraph and of section 7 of the M1Interpretation Act 1978 (service by post), the proper address of any person on whom any such notice is to be served shall, in the case of the secretary or clerk of an incorporated company or body, be that of the registered or principal office of the company or body, and in any other case be the last known address of the person in question.
(5)Unless or until the tenant of any land has received—
(a)notice that the person who before that time was entitled to receive the rents and profits of the land (“the original landlord”) has ceased to be so entitled; and
(b)notice of the name and address of the person who has become entitled to receive the rents and profits,
any notice served on the original landlord by the tenant shall be deemed for the purposes of this Schedule to have been served on the landlord of the land.
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