(1) A registered body must have a registered office in this jurisdiction to which all communications and notices may be addressed and that must be open:
(a) if the body has:
(i) lodged a notice under subsection (2); or
(ii) lodged a notice under subsection (2) and a notice or notices under subsection (4);
for such hours (being not fewer than 3) between 9 am and 5 pm on each business day as are specified in that notice, or in the later or last of those notices, as the case may be; or
(b) otherwise--each business day from at least 10 am to 12 noon and from at least 2 pm to 4 pm;
and at which a representative of the body is present at all times when the office is open.
(2) A registered body may lodge written notice of the hours (being not fewer than 3) between 9 am and 5 pm on each business day during which the body's registered office is open.
(3) Within 7 days after a change in the situation of its registered office, a registered body must lodge a written notice of the change and of the new address of that office.
(4) A registered body that has lodged a notice under subsection (2) must, within 7 days after a change in the hours during which its registered office is open, lodge a notice, in the prescribed form, of the change.