||by delivering it by hand;
||by sending it by registered mail—
||to that person’s business or residential address; or
||in the case of a juristic person, to its registered address or principal place of business;
||by faxing a copy of the notice or other document to the person, if the person has a fax number;
||by e-mailing a copy of the notice or other document to the person, if the person has an e-mail address; or
||by posting a copy of the notice or other document to the person by ordinary mail, if the person has a postal address;
||where an address is unknown despite reasonable enquiry, by publishing it once in the Gazette and once in a local newspaper circulating the area of that person’s last known residential or business address.
[Section 47D(1) amended by section 23(a) of Act No. 30 of 2013]
||A notice or other document issued in terms of subsection (1)(b), (bA), (bB), (bC) or (c) must be regarded as having come to the notice of the person, unless the contrary is proved.
[Section 47D(2) amended by section 23(b) of Act No. 30 of 2013]