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36. Electronic delivery of documents

(1) A document is delivered if it is sent by electronic means and the following conditions are met.
(2) The conditions are that the intended recipient of the document has —
(a) given consent for the electronic delivery of the document;
(b) not revoked that consent before the document is sent; and
(c) provided an electronic address for the delivery of the document.
(3) Consent may relate to a specific document or to documents generally.
(4) Unless the contrary is shown, a document is to be treated as delivered by electronic means to an electronic address where the sender can produce a copy of the electronic communication which —
(a) contains the document; and
(b) shows the time and date the communication was sent and the electronic address to which it was sent.
(5) Unless the contrary is shown, a document sent electronically is treated as delivered to the electronic address to which it is sent at 9.00 am on the next business day after it was sent.