9. Minister may give certain notices by advertisement

    (1) Where it is intended to carry out the inspection of premises or treatment in an area in which several premises are situated, the Minister or his delegate may instead of serving notice individually on the owners or occupiers, of his intention to enter the premises for the purpose of carrying out the inspection or treatment, publish in the Gazette and a newspaper circulating in the area, a notice of the intention directed to all owners and occupiers of premises in the area, without stating their respective names and addresses or particulars of the premises.

    (2) A notice so published is, if published in the Gazette and in the newspaper on the same day, effectively served on all of those owners and occupiers on that day, or, if published on different days, on the later of those days.



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