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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 15 Pa.C.S.A. Corporations and Unincorporated Associations § 113. Delivery of document

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(a) Permissible means.--Permissible means of delivery of a document in record form include:

(1) personal delivery;

(2) mail;

(3) conventional commercial practice;  and

(4) electronic transmission.

(b) Delivery to department.--Delivery to the department of a document in record form is effective only on receipt by the department.

(c) Delivery by department.--Except as provided by law other than this title, the department may deliver a document in record form to a person by delivering it:

(1) in person to the person that submitted it for filing;

(2) to the address of the person's registered office;

(3) to the principal office address of the person;  or

(4) to another address the person provides to the department for delivery.

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