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The Insurance Act, 1938

( ACT NO. IV Of 1938 )

Service of notices
111. (1) Any process or notice required to be served on an insurer or provident society shall be sufficiently served if addressed to any person registered with the Chief Controller of Insurance as a person authorised to accept notices on behalf of the insurer or provident society and left at, or sent by registered post to, the address of such person as registered with the Chief Controller of Insurance.
 
 
(2) Any notice or other document which is by this Act required to be sent to any policy-holder may be addressed and sent to the person to whom notices respecting such policy are usually sent and any notice so addressed and sent shall be deemed to be notice to the holder of such policy:
 
 
 
 
Provided that, where any person claiming to be interested in a policy as transferee, assignee or nominee has given to an insurer or to a provident society notice in writing of his interest, any notice which is by this Act required to be sent to policy-holders shall also be sent to such person at the address specified by him in his notice.

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