110. Where this Act, the regulations or the rules provide for personal service of a demand for information, a notice or any document, the service may be made by the handing of a copy of the proceeding by a member of the staff of the board or by a person generally authorized by it in writing.
The service may be made by handing a copy of the proceeding directly to the person for whom it is intended, wherever he may be; it may be made by leaving a copy at the domicile or ordinary residence of the person for whom it is intended, with a reasonable person residing there.
The member of the staff of the board or the authorized person who has made the service shall prepare an affidavit attesting
(a) that the demand for information, the notice or document has been served;
(b) the date and place of the service and the name of the person upon whom service has been made.
That affidavit shall be accepted as proof of personal service of the demand for information, notice or document, until proof to the contrary.
1978, c. 36, s. 110; 1983, c. 49, s. 31.