110. Notification may be made by any appropriate method that provides the notifier with proof that the document was delivered, sent or published. Such methods include notification by court bailiff, by mail, by delivery, by technological means and by public notice.
If the law so requires, notification is made by a court bailiff, in which case it is called service.
Whatever the method of notification used, a person who acknowledges receipt of the document or admits having received it is deemed to have been validly notified.