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  • 318 (1) For the purpose of subsection (2), “solicitor” or “authorized agent” includes
  • (a) an attorney of the person to be served named in a power of attorney filed in the land title office or brought to the attention of the registrar, and
  • (b) a solicitor or agent who has acted for that person in other applications or proceedings in the land title office.
  • (2) If for any reason it is impractical to effect personal service or service by mail, whether or not there is evidence that
  • (a) the document will probably reach the person to be served,
  • (b) the document will probably come to the person’s attention, or
  • (c) the person is evading service,
  • the registrar may order substituted service
  • (d) by personal service or by mail on the solicitor or authorized agent of the person to be served,
  • (e) by publication, for such time as the registrar considers sufficient, of a notice in a newspaper circulating in the area, whether in or out of British Columbia, where the person to be served had his or her last known place of business or residence, or in the area in which the land affected is located,
  • (f) by leaving the notice at the usual or last known place of residence of the person to be served,
  • (g) by posting the notice at places and for periods the registrar considers sufficient, or
  • (h) in the manner specified for giving notice to a party to be served in the instrument under which the rights of the party are derived.
  • (3) The registrar may direct that a notice may be given in any one or more or in all the methods specified in this section.

1979-219-299.