Public Assistance (Acquisition of Land) Act, 1934

Service of notices.

13.—(1) Any written notice or other document required by this Act to be given to any person may be so given in any of the following ways, that is to say:—

(a) by handing it to such person, or

(b) by leaving it at the usual or last-known place of abode of such person, or

(c) by sending it by post in a prepaid registered envelope addressed to that person, in the case of an individual, at his usual or last-known place of abode or, in the case of a company registered under the Companies Acts, 1908 to 1924, at its registered office, or in the case of any other body corporate or any unincorporated association, at its principal office or place of business.

(2) Where a written notice or other document is by this Act required to be given to the owner or the occupier of land and the name of such owner or occupier is not known such document may be addressed to “the owner” or “the occupier” (as the case may be) of such land and may be given to such owner or occupier by leaving it at or affixing it in a prominent position on such land.