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SECTION 633
Service of notice or process during time of war
Banking (BNK) CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 13
§ 633. Service of notice or process during time of war. Whenever,
pursuant to the provisions of this article, any communication, notice or
other paper or process is required to be given or served by the
superintendent upon any person and the giving or service thereof is in
any manner prohibited by the provisions of the act of congress, known as
the "Trading with the Enemy Act," or any amendment thereof, or the
rules, regulations or licenses issued pursuant thereto, or any other
law, rule, regulation or license pursuant to law prohibiting or
regulating the same, such communication, notice or other paper or
process shall be deemed to have been duly given or served on such person
if given or served on his behalf, in the manner provided in the
pertinent provisions of this article, on the alien property custodian or
on such other officer as may have been appointed or designated by the
president of the United States of America to take possession of the
property of alien enemies. This section shall apply whether or not (1)
such alien property custodian or other officer shall actually have taken
possession of any property of such person, or (2) the president, or an
officer duly designated by him for the purpose, has the power to
authorize or license the giving or service of any such communication,
notice or other paper or process, and nothing herein shall require the
superintendent to apply to the president or such officer for such
authority or license, provided, however, that in any case where it
appears that at the time such communication, notice or other paper or
process is required to be given or served, the president or such officer
has actually authorized or licensed the giving or service of same in the
manner provided in the pertinent provisions of this article, then this
section shall not apply and the superintendent shall be required to give
or serve such communication, notice or other paper or process on such
person in accordance with such authorization or license.