Section Code: 0143
LABOUR PROTECTION ACT B.E. 2541 (1998)
BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ, REX.
Given on this 12th day of February B.E. 2541
Being the 53rd year of the Present Reign.
Chapter 15: Delivery of Notices
An order or a notice of the Director-General or a Labor Inspector issued under this Act shall be delivered by registered mail, or delivered by the Labor Inspector herself or himself, or by an official to the domicile or residence or office of the Employer during any hours of work of the Employer. If the Employer is not found at domicile or residence or office of the Employer, or if the Employer is there but refuses to receive such order, it shall be given to any sui juris person who stays or works in the house or office belonging to such Employer. After such delivery the order or notice issued by the Director-General or Labor Inspector shall be deemed to have received by the Employer.
In the order or notice is unable to be delivered as prescribed under paragraph one, the order or notice issued by the Director-General or the Labor Inspector shall be affixed in an explicit area in the office of the Employer or the working place of the Employee, or domicile or residence of the Employer, Receipt by the Employer of the order or notice issued by the Director-General or Labor Inspector shall be deemed to have occurred after fifteen days from such affixation.