A communication includes a form, letter or other document.
You can deliver a communication to a participant’s address for delivery by:
Note that there are special rules for delivering an Order to Attend Hearing to a witness.
The Tribunal or the participant will give you a postal address and may give you a fax and/or email address. Use this address unless the participant gives you a new address for delivery.
You must meet the deadline or ask the other participants or the Tribunal for more time.
A communication sent by mail is deemed to be delivered 7 days later, so you need to mail it 7 days before your deadline.
You can deliver the communication the next business day.
Contact the Tribunal and ask if you can be allowed to use another method of delivery.
If the Tribunal asks you to, you can give the Tribunal:
At a hearing, the person who delivered the communication can testify about the time, date and method of delivery.