Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007

93 Service of notices
  • (1) Any notice or any other document required to be served on, or given to, any person under this Act, or any regulation made under this Act, is sufficiently served if,—

    • (a) in the case of an applicant for a licence or a licensed immigration adviser, the notice or document is—

      • (i) delivered to the person at the person's address for service stated in accordance with section 18(c)(ii); or

      • (ii) sent by fax or email to the person's fax number or email address, as the case may be, provided for the purpose by the applicant or licensed immigration adviser; or

      • (iii) posted in a letter addressed to the person at the person's address for service stated in accordance with section 18(c)(ii); or

    • (b) in any other case, the notice or document is—

      • (i) delivered to the person; or

      • (ii) left at the person's usual or last known place of residence or business in New Zealand; or

      • (iii) posted in a letter addressed to the person at the person's place of residence or business in New Zealand.

    (2) A notice or document that is sent to a person at a fax number or an email address must be treated as received by that person not later than 2 days after the date on which it is sent.

    (3) A notice or document that is posted to a person must be treated as received by that person not later than 7 days after the date on which it is posted.

    (4) However, a notice or document must not be treated as received if the person to whom it is posted or sent proves that it was not received, otherwise than through fault on the person's part.