Central Bank Act 1942
F475 [ Notices, service and lodgement of documents.
57AV. — (1) For the purposes of this Part, a notice or document may be given to a person (or a notice or document may be served on a person) —
( a ) in the case of a natural person, by —
(i) delivering it to the person personally, or
(ii) leaving it at, or by sending it by pre-paid post to, the residential or business address of the person last known to the person serving the document, or
F476 [ ( b ) in the case of a body corporate — by leaving it at, or by sending it by pre-paid post to, the head office, a registered office or a principal office of the body corporate.
( c ) ... ]
(2) A notice or other document may be served on the Appeals Tribunal by leaving it at, or by sending it by post to (or a document that is required or permitted to be lodged with that Tribunal may be lodged at) —
( a ) the office of the Registrar, or
( b ) if the Registrar has more than one office, any one of those offices.
(3) Nothing in this section affects the operation of any provision of any law or the rules of a court authorising a document to be served in a manner not provided for by this section.
(4) The rules may —
( a ) provide for other means of serving, giving or lodging any notice or document, and
( b ) provide for a notice or document of a class specified by the rules to be served, given or lodged only in the manner prescribed by the rules. ]