Industrial Arbitration (Union Elections) Regulations 1980

11/Nov/1998 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    16. Issue of duplicate ballot paper or return envelope

    (1) Where, on application before the time of the close of the ballot in an election, the returning officer is satisfied that a ballot paper or return envelope issued to a person whose name is on the electoral roll, has not been received or has been lost, destroyed or spoilt, he shall issue to that person a duplicate ballot paper, or return envelope, as the case may be.

    (2) An application under subregulation (1) by a person for a duplicate ballot paper, or return envelope, for an election shall be in writing setting out the grounds on which the application is made and declaring that the person has not voted in the election and shall, if practicable, be accompanied by any evidence that is available of that non-receipt, loss, destruction or damage.

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