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10.—(1) A notice may be given to an early years provider by the Chief Inspector—
(a)by delivering it to him,
(b)by sending it by post,
(c)subject to paragraph (2), by transmitting it electronically.
(2) If the notice is transmitted electronically, it is to be treated as given only if the following requirements are met—
(a)the person upon whom the notice is required or authorised to be given must have indicated to the Chief Inspector his willingness to receive notices transmitted by electronic means and must have provided an address suitable for that purpose; and
(b)the notice must be sent to the address provided by him.
(3) An indication given for the purposes of paragraph (2) must be given for the purpose of the service of notices under this regulation.
(4) For the purposes of section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978(1) (references to service by post) a notice under this regulation is to be treated as properly addressed if it is addressed to the early years provider at the address notified to the Chief Inspector as the address to which correspondence to him should be sent.
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