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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 88



98. A notice requiring to be served upon

Notices, service of.

any member for any purpose, may be served either personally or by leaving the same, or by sending the same through the post in a letter, addressed to the shareholder at his registered address.
99. All notices directed to be given to the

Notices, when shares held jointly.

shareholders shall, with respect to any share to which persons are jointly entitled, be given to that one of them who is first named on the register of shareholders, and notice so given shall be sufficient notice to all proprietors of the share.
100. Every shareholder resident out of

Notices to absentees.

the Colony of New Zealand may give to the secretary, manager, or other officer appointed by the Directors, for registration, an address within the Colony of New Zealand for the service of notices, and the address so given shall be deemed to be the shareholder's registered address. In default thereof the registered office of the Company shall be deemed to be his registered address, and a notice placed there in a conspicuous position shall be deemed to have been duly served on every shareholder who has not given an address, although not directed to him.
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Notices, proof of service.

101. All notices, if served by post, shall he deemed to have been served at the time when the letter containing the same was posted; and to prove the service it shall he sufficient to prove that the letter containing the notice was properly addressed and stamped, or paid for and put in a Post-office.

Notices by advertisement.

102. All notices, if any, required by law, to be given by advertisements, shall be advertised in a newspaper or newspapers appointed for the purpose by the Directors.