Any notice required to be given under the provisions of this Agreement shall be in writing and in English, shall be copied by the sender to all of the other Co-producers and shall be deemed to have been duly served if hand delivered or sent by facsimile or other printout communication mechanisms or, within the United Kingdom, by pre-paid special or first class recorded delivery post, or, outside the United Kingdom, by pre-paid international recorded airmail, correctly addressed to the relevant party's address as specified in this Agreement and any notice so given shall be deemed to have been served (unless actually received at an earlier time in which case the time of service shall be the time of such actual receipt):
rr. if hand delivered at the time of delivery; ss. if sent by facsimile or other print-out communication mechanisms, at completion of transmission if during business hours at its destination, or at the opening of business on the next business day if not during business hours (and for this purpose 'business hours' means between 09.00 and 17.30 and 'business day' means Monday to Friday, excluding bank or other public holidays in the country of the addressee) but subject in the case of facsimile and other print-out communication mechanisms, to proof by the sender that it holds a transmission report indicating uninterrupted transmission to the addressee and in each such case to dispatch of a copy of the notice by pre-paid post as provided above on the same day as such transmission (or the next business day in the country of the sender if such notice is transmitted outside post office hours); or tt. if sent by pre-paid post as aforesaid, forty-eight (48) hours after posting (exclusive of the hours of Sunday), if posted to an address within the country of posting and seven (7) days after posting if posted to an address outside the country of posting.
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