Article of TriHK

51. Service

A notice shall be served by the Association upon any Member by personal delivery or by sending it through the post to the address of the Member appearing in the Register of Members (which shall be an address in Hong Kong) or by facsimile transmission or by e-mail via the Internet. In the case of the service of notice by post, it shall be deemed to have been served on the third day following that on which the letter containing the same is put in the post and in the case of a facsimile transmission or e-mail shall be deemed to have been served at the time of despatch. The Association reserves the right to serve all notices upon its Members only by e-mail via the internet and the Association shall have no responsibility to contact a Member individually via another medium once it has sent a notice to the email address nominated by such Member or if such Member fails to provide the Association with a current and effective e-mail address. Each Member shall be responsible for providing the Association with his current and effective e-mail address.

 

52. Accidental Omission

The accidental omission to give notice of a meeting or to send any other document to any Member entitled to receive such notice or document or the non-receipt of any such notice or document which has been duly sent, shall not in any way invalidate any resolution passed or the proceedings at any meeting.

 

53. Period

Where a period of notice is required to be given, the notice period shall be exclusive both of the day on which it is served and of the day on which any action assessing from the notice shall commence.

 

54. Entitlement

Every Member shall be entitled to receive one copy of every general notice and, newsletter as issued by the Association to its Members.