Saving Notices and Summon

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(1) Notwithstanding anything contained in the prevailing law, any notice to be surved in connection with arbitration, or any notice or summon to be furnished in the name of any party residing within or outside the Nepal in connection with the hearing by the arbitrator, or with the dispute under consideration of the arbitrator, may be delivered directly to the concerned party or sent to its telex, telefax or telegram address or to the address of any other communication media whose printed records can be maintained, if such address is mentioned in the agreement, or if the concerned parties have supplied such address to each other or to their respective arbitrators after signing the agreement , except when otherwise provided for in the agreement. In case the address of such communication media or any other address has not been supplied, such notices or summonses shall be served at the place of business or permanent residence of the concerned party. Notice or summon so served shall be deemed to have been duly served. Provided that notice or summon to be served by the postal service shall be served only after registering it .

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-section (1), this provision shall have no prejudicial impact on the function and proceeding of the court.

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