b. upon an Owner by delivery by hand to the Owner (and if there is more than one Owner then to any one of such Owners), by leaving same at the Unit, or by mail by depositing the notice in a post box, enclosed in a postage-prepaid envelope addressed to the Owner at the municipal address of his Unit (or to such other address as provided by the Owner, in writing, to the Corporation) or in the alternative at any e-mail address or fax number provided to the Corporation by the Owner or such other electronic means as agreed, in writing, between the Owner and the Corporation; and
c. upon a mortgagee of a Unit by delivery by hand to the mortgagee (or if a Corporation to a person in authority with such mortgagee) or by mail by depositing the notice in a post box, enclosed in a postage-prepaid envelope addressed to the mortgagee at the municipal address of such mortgagee notified to the Corporation; provided, however, that any notice providing for or contemplating any meeting or any acts or steps that would if approved or taken involve or include amendment of these Bylaws or the winding up of the Corporation shall be given by prepaid registered mail addressed to the Mortgagee as aforesaid.
The Corporation may change its address for service by resolution of the Board and the filing of a notice of change in the form prescribed by or under the Act at the Land Titles Office. A mortgagee of a Unit may change its address for service by giving notice in writing of the change to the Corporation in manner aforesaid. Any notices, demands or requests served by mail as aforesaid shall be deemed to have been received forty-eight (48) hours after the time of mailing provided, however, that if there shall be an interruption of mail service, the notice shall not during such interruption be given by mail but shall be given by personal delivery or personal service.