—(1) A summons or other legal process may be served on a body corporate by leaving it with the chairman or secretary of the body corporate or of the committee or with any member of the committee.
(2) A document other than a document referred to in subsection (1) may be served on a body corporate —
by leaving it with any person referred to in subsection (1) or in the receptacle provided by the body corporate in accordance with section 18; or
by posting it, by prepaid mail, to the body corporate at its address registered with the Commissioner.
(3) Subject to this Act, a notice or other document required or authorised by this Act or the by-laws to be served by the Board, a body corporate, a committee or the secretary of a committee on an owner, lessee, mortgagee or occupier of a flat may be served —
by leaving it with some person apparently of or above the age of 21 years —
where the person to be served is an occupier of the flat, at the address of the flat; or
where an address for the service of notices on the person to be served is recorded in the register maintained under section 16, at the address so recorded.
by posting it, by prepaid registered mail, to the person to be served, where an address for the service of notices on that person is recorded in the register maintained under section 16, at the address so recorded; or
in the case of an owner, in any manner authorised by the by-laws for the service of notices on owners.
(4) Section 55(3) of the Land Titles Act [Cap. 157] shall apply to the service of documents on a body corporate and the owner of a flat.