Labourers Act, 1936

Giving of notices.

29.—A notice which is required by this Act to be given to the owner of a cottage may be given in any one of the following ways, that is to say:—

(a) by delivering it to such owner;

(b) by leaving it at the address where such owner ordinarily resides;

(c) by sending it by post in a prepaid registered letter addressed to such owner at the address where he ordinarily resides;

(d) where it is not possible by reasonable enquiry to ascertain who is such owner or where such owner ordinarily resides, by delivering it to some person over sixteen years of age resident or employed in the cottage or by affixing it in some conspicuous position on the cottage.