Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994
For subsection 252B(1) of the Act, a contravention notice may be served on the trustee of a fund by:
(a) delivering it personally to the trustee; or
(b) leaving it at the trustee's address for service; or
(c) sending it by facsimile transmission:
(i) to the trustee; or
(ii) to another person who would, in the ordinary course of events, give the notice to the trustee; or
(d) sending it by prepaid letter post, addressed to the trustee at the trustee's address for service. 11.02A(2) [Trustee's address for service]
(a) if the trustee told APRA or the Commissioner of Taxation of the fund's registered address or address for service - that address; or
(b) in any other case - any address that whichever of APRA or the Commissioner of Taxation is serving the notice reasonably believes is the trustee's address. 11.02A(3) [Taken as served]
(a) in the case of service in accordance with paragraph (1)(a), (b), or (c) - when the notice or document is delivered, left or transmitted; and
(b) in the case of service in accordance with paragraph (1)(d) - when the notice or document would, in the ordinary course of post, have arrived at the place to which it was addressed.
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