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9.—(1) A notice under rule 7 or 8 may be given—
(a)by post, to any postal address specified in accordance with the agreement as the Subscriber’s address for service,
(b)by directing the notice to the relevant box number at any document exchange specified in accordance with the agreement as the Subscriber’s address for service, or
(c)by electronic transmission to any electronic address specified in accordance with the agreement as the Subscriber’s address for service.
(2) Notice given in accordance with this rule shall be treated as given at the time shown in the table below—
|Manner of giving notice||Time given|
|Post to an address in the United Kingdom||The second working day after posting|
|Post to an address outside the United Kingdom||The seventh working day after posting|
|Document exchange||On the second working day after it was left at the registrar’s document exchange|
|Electronic transmission to an electronic address||The second working day after transmission|
(3) In this rule—
“post” means pre-paid delivery by a postal service which seeks to deliver documents within the United Kingdom no later than the next working day in all or the majority of cases, and to deliver documents outside the United Kingdom within such a period as is reasonable in all the circumstances, and
“working day” means any day from Monday to Friday (inclusive) which is not Christmas Day, Good Friday or any other day either specified or declared by proclamation under section 1 of the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(1) or appointed by the Lord Chancellor.
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