216. The deputy returning officer shall admit an elector to vote if the elector has not already voted, if he is entered on the list of electors used at the polling station, if his name, address and, where such is the case, date of birth correspond to those appearing on that list and if he has produced identification in accordance with section 213.2 or the third paragraph of section 215.
Any elector whose name, address or, where such is the case, date of birth differs slightly from that entered on the list of electors shall nevertheless be admitted to vote, after declaring under oath that the erroneous entry was intended to refer to him. An indication thereof shall be entered in the poll book.
1987, c. 57, s. 216; 1999, c. 15, s. 37.