The term ‘place of abode’ includes both a recipient’s business and personal addresses (Price v West London Investment Building Society Ltd [1964] 2 All ER 318, CA). In relation to a company, its place of abode will include its registered office (National Westminster Bank v Betchworth Investments [1975] 1 EGLR 57, CA). Where the person carrying on the business is resident abroad, the property contained in the tenancy may be the place of abode, if it is the only territorial link that the intended recipient has in England and Wales (Italica Holdings SA v Bayadea [1985] 1 EGLR 70).