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10A notice served under paragraph 3(3)(a) or 4 shall contain particulars of the right of appeal under paragraph 3(3)(b) or 5.N.I.
11(1)The Secretary of State may serve a notice under this Schedule on an individual—N.I.
(a)by delivering it to him,
(b)by sending it by post addressed to him at his usual or last-known place of residence or business, or
(c)by leaving it for him there.
(2)The Secretary of State may serve a notice under this Schedule on a partnership—
(a)by sending it by post to a partner, or to a person having the control or management of the partnership business, at the principal office of the partnership, or
(b)by addressing it to a partner or to a person mentioned in paragraph (a) and leaving it at that office.
(3)The Secretary of State may serve a notice under this Schedule on a body corporate—
(a)by sending it by post to the secretary or clerk of the body at its registered or principal office, or
(b)by addressing it to the secretary or clerk of the body and leaving it at that office.
(4)The Secretary of State may serve a notice under this Schedule on any person—
(a)by delivering it to his solicitor,
(b)by sending it by post to his solicitor at his solicitor's office, or
(c)by leaving it for his solicitor there.
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