(1)A notice, legal process or other document is served personally on the body corporate for a community titles scheme if served personally on—
(a)for the body corporate for a specified two-lot scheme—1 or more of the owners of the lots included in the scheme; or
(b)for the body corporate for another community titles scheme—the secretary or, in the absence of the secretary, another member of the committee for the body corporate.
(2)The address for service of the body corporate is the address that, on the advice of the body corporate given to the registrar from time to time, is recorded on the indefeasible title for the common property as the body corporate’s address for service.
(3)However, if the body corporate has not advised the registrar of its address for service, the address for service of the body corporate is the address for service of the original owner shown on the first community management statement for the scheme.
(4)The address for service of the owner of a lot included in the scheme (other than a lot that is a community titles scheme) is the owner’s address as recorded in the records of the body corporate or, if no address is recorded, the address of the lot.