(1) Where under this Act any notice or order is required to be given to or served on the occupier of any premises the notice or order may be addressed to the occupier without further name or description and may be given or served by—
(a) leaving it with a person on the premises who is apparently at least 16 years old; or
(b) sending it by post to the occupier at the address of the premises; or
(c) fixing the notice or order or a copy of the notice or order on a conspicuous part of the premises.
(2) Where under this Act any notice or order is required to be given to or served on a person, it may be given or served by—
(a) giving it or serving it personally on the person; or
(b) leaving it at or sending it by post to the person at that person's usual or last known residential or business address.
(3) Any notice or order served for the purposes of this Act on an owner of any premises is if due service has been made on an owner binding on all persons claiming by, from or under, such owner and on all subsequent owners to the same extent as if the notice or order has been served on each of them.
S. 121(4) amended by No. 44/2001 s. 3(Sch. item 46).
(4) The provisions of this section are in addition to and not in derogation from the provisions of the Corporations Act.