Industrial Arbitration (Union Elections) Regulations 1980


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    20. Declaration of result

    (1) Where practicable, the returning officer shall, in accordance with the rules of the union, declare the result of an election.

    (2) Where it is not practicable for the returning officer to declare the result of an election under subregulation (1), the returning officer shall declare the result of the election by giving notice of the result in writing to the union at its registered office.

    (3) The returning officer shall, in the manner and at the time of declaring the result of an election under subregulation (1) or (2), as the case may be, declare in respect of the election

    (a) the number of ballot papers, other than duplicate ballot papers, issued;

    (b) the number of duplicate ballot papers issued;

    (c) the number of ballot papers admitted as formal;

    (d) the number of ballot papers rejected as informal;

    (e) the number of unused ballot papers;

    (f) the number of ballot papers certified by the printer pursuant to regulation 14(4); and

    (g) the number of votes admitted as recorded in favour of each candidate.



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