A defaulting borrower was served with a default notice at the property’s address rather than his PO Box used for previous communications and he challenged the validity of the default notice and the lender’s subsequent entry into possession. The mortgage provided for a number of alternative methods of service, including service at the property’s address. Accordingly the court found the notice to be valid.
The borrower appealed. The appeal court refused leave and agreed with the court below.
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