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96.—(1) All notices required or authorised by or under the 1986 Act or these Rules to be given must be in writing, unless it is otherwise provided, or the court allows the notice to be given in some other way.
(2) Where in any PPP administration proceedings a notice is required to be sent or given by the special PPP administrator, the sending or giving of it may be proved by means of a certificate by him, or his solicitor, or a partner or an employee of either of them, that the notice was duly posted.
(3) In the case of a notice to be sent or given by a person other than the special PPP administrator, the sending or giving of it may be proved by means of a certificate by that person that he posted the notice, or instructed another person (naming him) to do so.
(4) A certificate under this rule may be endorsed on a copy or specimen of the notice to which it relates.
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