Companies Act 2014
F310[Process adviser’s duty to seek provision of email addresses
558I. (1) This section applies where a process adviser is appointed in respect of an eligible company by virtue of the passing of a resolution referred to in section 558E(2).
(2) As soon as practicable after the appointment, the process adviser shall give to each person specified in subsection (3) a notice in writing—
(a) requesting that the person provide the process adviser with an email address that the process adviser may use for the purpose of giving the person any notices and other documents that the process adviser is required or authorised to give to the person under this Part, and
(b) informing each such person that, if no email address is provided, the process adviser shall give the person those notices and other documents by sending them by post in accordance with section 558ZAI.
(3) Notice under subsection (2) shall be given—
(a) where the process adviser is aware of the person’s email address, by electronic means to that email address, or
(b) in any other case, in accordance with section 558ZAI(4).
(4) The persons are—
(a) employees of the eligible company,
(b) members of the eligible company,
(c) creditors of the eligible company,
(d) the Revenue Commissioners, and
(e) such other persons as may be prescribed.
(5) The process adviser shall keep records and supporting evidence of the means by which notice is given under this section.]
Inserted (7.12.2021) by Companies (Rescue Process for Small and Micro Companies) Act 2021 (30/2021), s. 3, S.I. No. 673 of 2021.