Subpart 9—Other matters

364 Notification

(1)

A notice or notification of a matter must be in writing and must be—

(a)

given personally; or

(b)

sent by post addressed to the person for whom it is intended at the person’s last known postal, business, or residential address; or

(c)

transmitted by fax addressed to the person for whom it is intended at the person’s fax number; or

(d)

sent or transmitted by any other means (including electronic means) acceptable to the person for whom it is intended.

(2)

For a notice referred to in any of sections 44(1), 46(2), 59(1), 61(2), 75(1), 77(2), 140(2), 142(2), 143(2), 145(2), 150(2), 162(2), 166(6), 171(2), 207(1), 209(2), 333(1), or 337(1),—

(a)

the date of the notice must be the date on which it is given, posted, or transmitted; and

(b)

the notice is presumed to be given, posted, or transmitted on the date of the notice unless the person for whom it is intended raises evidence to the contrary.

(3)

Subsection (1) does not apply to—

(a)

notification of any matter in the Gazette; or

(b)

public notification; or

(c)

a notification to the Secretary under section 89(1); or

(d)

the issuing of an infringement notice under section 357; or

(e)

notification of a public meeting under clause 2(4) of Schedule 3.