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How may notice be given?

A notice given by an owners corporation under this Part may be given to a person—

        (a)     by post addressed to the person at the address of the lot, if the person is the occupier of a lot; or

        (b)     by leaving it personally with the person; or

        (c)     by leaving it in the form of a letter in the letterbox for the lot; or

        (d)     by leaving it with an occupier of the lot who is apparently over the age of 16 years; or

        (e)     if the person is not the occupier of the lot, by post to any address the person has provided to the owners corporation as the address for the service of notices.

Note to s. 158 inserted by No. 4/2021 s. 67.


The Electronic Transactions (Victoria) Act 2000 enables notice to be given electronically.

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