| Commentary

6.4.3 Post

| Commentary

6.4.3 Post

If the parties envisage they will only send routine notices, the following may suffice:

‘any notice so given shall be deemed unless the contrary is proved to have been duly served at the time at which the letter would be delivered in the ordinary course of post’.

However, there may be a need to be more specific, for example:

‘... shall be deemed duly served, in the case of a notice sent inland by first class pre-paid post, [2] clear business days after the date of sending, or, in the case of a notice sent

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