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Due Notice – often required by law or agreement, a notices ensure a person
(1) has actual knowledge of it;
(2) has received information about it;
(3) has reason to know about it;
(4) knows about a related fact;
(5) is considered as having been able to ascertain it by checking an official filing or recording.
1. Sufficient and proper notice that is intended to and likely to reach a particular person or the public; notice that is legally adequate given the particular circumstance. — aka adequate notice;. 
1. Sufficient notice. The notice prescribed by law in the case of where notice is prescribed. Where a statute requires notice to be given, it is the general rule of law that actual personal notice is required, and the notice must be personally served on the person to be notified. 39 Am J1st Notice § 9.
Due notice of a trial upon charges made against a person, means that he is to be put upon trial at a specified time upon specified charges; and the notice must be given in season to afford him a reasonable opportunity to make preparation to meet the charges by summoning witnesses in his behalf. Brennan v United Hatters of North America, 73 NJL 729, 65 A 165.
See due process of law; due publication. 
1. Sufficient notice. In a case where the amount of notice to be given is prescribed by law, that amount “due notice,” and only such notice is sufficient notice in law. Due process requrires notice and the opporunity to be heard.
2. A formal declaration of intention. USAGE: “Robin will be leaving the company at the end fo the month; she gave notice yesterday.”
3. Information; intelligence; knowledge. 
notice – Legal notification required by law or agreement, or imparted by operation of law as a result of some fact (such as the recording of an instrument); definite legal cognizance, actual or constructive, of an existing right or title.
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: Ballantine’s Law Dictionary with Pronunciations
Third Edition by James A. Ballantine (James Arthur 1871-1949). Edited by William S. Anderson. © 1969 by THE LAWYER’S CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 68-30931
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