GENE 5A.2.5 When written notice is taken to have been given

(1) If a written notice is given to a person electronically during working hours, the person is taken to have been given the notice on the day on which the notice was sent.
(2) If a written notice is given to a person electronically outside working hours, the person is taken to have been given the notice at 8 am on the next business day after it was sent.
(3) If a written notice is given by post to a person who is normally resident in the State, the person is taken to have been given the notice on the 3rd working day after the notice is posted.
(4) If a written notice is given by post to a person who is not normally resident in the State, the person is taken to have been given the notice on the 5th business day after the notice is posted.
(5) In this rule:

business day:
(a) in a place that is in the State, has the meaning given by INAP; and
(b) in a place that is not in the State, means a day on which banks are open for business.
Editorial changes (as from 1st January 2016).