RE: TERM: Post office address
- Thanks Jamie. You're spot on with your get-out clause hunch, and you've
confirmed my feeling about the meaning.
Beware those folk from Delaware,
'Cos there they talk peculiare.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I set my hand hereunto.
> In a message dated 5/1/02 5:05:59 AM, vollams@... writes:
> >"Corporate notices may be served upon him at his post office address, if
> >any, as the same appears on the share record books of the Corporation"
> >Is it the same as 'mailing/postal address', or some PO box, or what?
> I think it's the same as the postal address, but with one twist.
> I get the
> feeling that this line is meant to nullify any restriction that
> the notices
> must be served at the current physical, geographical address of the
> shareholder. There are some situations in which an organization
> or person
> will not accept certain mailings if they are sent to a P.O. box,
> or if they
> are sent to his old address. It looks like this is saying,
> "We're sending
> the notice to the postal address you listed when buying the
> shares. If you
> only have a post office box, or if you move and don't file a change of
> address, it's your problem. We've still held up our part of the
> bargain by
> sending things to the address listed on the share records."
> So, I think it just means postal address.