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The General Pharmaceutical Council (Continuing Professional Development and Consequential Amendments) Rules Order of Council 2011

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3.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), any notice, demand or document required to be served by the Registrar under these Rules must be in writing and must be served by sending it by a postal service or another delivery service to (including, with the agreement of the person concerned, by electronic mail to an electronic mail address notified to the Registrar as an address for communications), or by leaving it at—

(a)in the case of a registrant, the registrant’s home address in the Register; or

(b)in the case of a person who is not a registrant, that person’s last known home address.

(2) If a person on whom any notice, demand or document is to be served by the Registrar under these Rules so requests, such a notice, demand or document may be sent to or left at—

(a)where that person is represented by a solicitor, the solicitor’s practising or electronic mail address; or

(b)where that person is represented by a defence organisation or trade union, the business or electronic mail address for that defence organisation or trade union.

(3) Where a notice, demand or document is sent by post, unless sent by a postal service which records the date of delivery, it must be sent by first class post and is to be treated as having been served on the day after the day on which it was posted.

(4) Where a notice, demand or document has been sent by electronic mail or left at an address, it is to be treated as having been served on the day on which it was sent by electronic mail or left at that address.

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