7. Notification of an application or motion filed at the board is effected within a reasonable time, by registered mail or by bailiff. It may also be effected by any other means which permits proof of reception. Proof of notification or service must be made before the commissioner.
A commissioner may, even upon verbal motion, authorize another mode of notification, in particular, by public notice. He may also, upon seeing the bailiff’s return of service to the effect that unsuccessful attempts were made to serve the application or motion, authorize that person to effect notification in the manner which he determines.
Where the attempt to effect service was made by a bailiff and was recorded in his certificate, the bailiff may, without authorization, serve the proceeding by leaving on the premises a copy of the written proceeding intended for the addressee.
Decision 92-11-23, s. 7; Decision 98-04-24, s. 1; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).