Article 8 - Receipt of written communications

(1) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties to a dispute:
(A) any written communication is taken to have been received if it is delivered to the addressee personally or if it is delivered at his place of business, habitual residence, mailing address or address for the receipt of facsimiles, telex, email or any other means of telecommunication that provides a record of transmission; if none of these can be found after making a reasonable inquiry, a written communication is taken to have been received if it is sent to the addressee's last-known place of business, habitual residence or mailing address by registered letter or by any other means which provides a record of the attempt to deliver it or of its transmission to that party; and
(B) the communication is taken to have been received on the day it is so delivered.
(2) The provisions of this Article do not apply to communications in Court proceedings.