Is a notice sent to the address for service in the CBL served pursuant to section 33(3)(a) of the Criminal Code?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Amplified Electric Inc. v Husch, 2018 BCSC 969 (CanLII):

The defendants argue that the notice, which was sent to the address for service in the CBL, was served pursuant to s. 33(3)(a), relying on Kawana v. Shamal.

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