Rule 41

Notices

Rule 41

Notices

A. A notice or other document required under these Rules to be served on the Association may be served by sending it by courier or through the post in a prepaid letter or by sending it by telegram, cable, radio telegraph, telex or facsimile transmission (fax) addressed to the Association at the Association’s registered office for the time being.

B. A notice or other document required under these Rules to be served on an Owner may be served by sending it by courier or through the post in a pre-paid letter or by sending it by telegram, cable, radio telegraph, telex, facsimile transmission (fax) or electronic transmission (e-mail) addressed to such Owner:

i. at the address which shall have been expressly furnished by him to the Association as the address at which notices from the Association may be served upon him, or,
ii. if no such address shall have been furnished, at his address as appearing in the Register of Members, or,
iii. if such Owner is not and was not a Member at the address which is his last known address to the knowledge of the Managers.
iv. In the case of Joint Owners all such notices or other documents shall be served upon the Joint Owner whose address has been furnished in accordance with sub-paragraph (i) above, or, if no such address has been furnished, upon the senior of the Joint Owners and such service shall be sufficient service on all the Joint Owners. For this purpose seniority as between Joint Owners shall be determined by the order in which the names stand as Joint Owners in the Register of Members.

C. Any such notice or other document if served by courier or by post shall be deemed to have been served on the day following the day on which the letter containing the same was handed to the courier or put into the post, and in proving such service it shall be sufficient to prove that the letter containing the notice or document was properly addressed and handed to the courier or put into the post as a prepaid letter. Any such notice or other document if served by telegram, cable, radio telegraph, telex, facsimile transmission (fax) or electronic transmission (e-mail) shall be deemed to have been served on the day on which it was handed in to the telegraph, cable or radio telegraph office or, in the case of telex, facsimile transmission (fax) or electronic transmission (e-mail), despatched, and in proving such service it shall be sufficient to prove that such telegram, cable or radio telegraph was duly handed in or, in the case of telex, facsimile transmission (fax) or electronic transmission (e-mail) that the notice or other document was duly despatched.

D. Any such notice or other document may be sent or supplied to an Owner by making it available on the Association’s website (www.ukpandi.com), and it is deemed served or delivered when the Owner is notified by electronic transmission (e-mail) that it is available on such website.

E. The successors of anyone who is or was at any time an Owner of an entered ship shall be bound by a notice or other document served as aforesaid if sent to the last such address of such Owner notwithstanding that the Association may have notice of the Owner’s death, disability, lunacy, bankruptcy or liquidation.