Industrial Arbitration (Union Elections) Regulations 1980


16/Jan/2004 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    13. Receipt of ballot papers

    (1) Where an election is conducted by the Chief Electoral Officer appointed under the Electoral Act 1907, or by an officer holding office under that Act or by some other person authorised in writing by the Chief Electoral Officer, on behalf of a union, the returning officer shall use, for the purpose of receiving ballot papers in respect of an election

    (a) the permanent State Electoral Department 3 post office box; or

    (b) a private box at a post office, being a private box used exclusively for that purpose.

    (2) Where a union conducts its own election for an office within a union, the returning officer shall use, for the purpose of receiving ballot papers in respect of that election, a private box at a post office, being a private box used exclusively for that purpose.



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