Unless the parties to an agreement to arbitrate otherwise agree or except as otherwise provided in sections 572B.01 to 572B.31, a person gives notice to another person by taking action that is reasonably necessary to inform the other person in the ordinary course of business, whether or not the other person acquires knowledge of the notice. A person has notice if the person has knowledge of the notice or has received notice. A person receives notice when it comes to the person's attention or the notice is delivered at the person's place of residence or place of business, or at another location held out by the person as a place of delivery of such communications.
NOTE: This section, as added by Laws 2010, chapter 264, article 1, section 2, is effective August 1, 2011. Laws 2010, chapter 264, article 1, section 33.
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