Rule 169 – Form of notices issued

(1) Every notice issued from or sent by the Registry (except notices of the receipt of instruments, applications, completion of registration or formal notices of a like description) shall fix a time within which any act or step required to be done or taken by the notice is to be done or taken and shall state what shall be the consequence of any omission to comply therewith.

(2) The notice shall also state in what manner and within what time an answer, objection or other communication, if any, arising out of the notice is to be made and the address at or to which it is to be delivered or sent.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 106(1) of the Act, any person may, if he/she desires, have three addresses including (if he/she thinks fit) the address of his/her solicitor or firm of solicitors to each of which all notices and other communications are to be served.