E-3.3 - Election Act

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127.17. If a leadership candidate’s financial representative has not, as of the filing date of the return referred to in section 127.16, paid all claims received and loans contracted, the financial representative must, every three months after that date and until full payment of the claims and loans or until the expiry of the applicable time limit under sections 127.14 and 127.15, file a complementary return with the official representative of the party in the form prescribed by the Chief Electoral Officer. Section 127.16.1 applies, with the necessary modifications, to the latter return.
All relevant vouchers and, if applicable, the written authorizations referred to in the second paragraph of section 127.10 must be filed with the complementary return. The vouchers must be kept by the official representative of the party for a period of seven years, and be filed with the Chief Electoral Officer at the latter’s request.
On receipt of a complementary return, the official representative must forward it to the Chief Electoral Officer.
2011, c. 38, s. 6; 2016, c. 18, ss. 19 and 45.
127.17. If a leadership candidate’s financial representative has not, as of the filing date of the return referred to in section 127.16, paid all claims received and loans contracted, the financial representative must, every three months after that date and until full payment of the claims and loans or until the expiry of the applicable time limit under sections 127.14 and 127.15, file a complementary return with the official representative of the party in the form prescribed by the Chief Electoral Officer.
All relevant vouchers and, if applicable, the written authorizations referred to in the second paragraph of section 127.10 must be filed with the complementary return. The vouchers must be kept by the official representative of the party for a period of seven years, and be filed with the Chief Electoral Officer at the latter’s request.
On receipt of a complementary return, the official representative must forward it to the Chief Electoral Officer.
2011, c. 38, s. 6; 2016, c. 182016, c. 18, s. 45.
127.17. If a leadership candidate’s financial representative has not, as of the filing date of the return referred to in section 127.16, paid all claims received and loans contracted, the financial representative must, every three months after that date and until full payment of the claims and loans or until the expiry of the applicable time limit under sections 127.14 and 127.15, file a complementary return with the official representative of the party in the form prescribed by the Chief Electoral Officer.
All relevant vouchers and, if applicable, the written authorizations referred to in the second paragraph of section 127.10 must be filed with the complementary return. The vouchers must be kept by the official representative of the party for a period of five years, and be filed with the Chief Electoral Officer at the latter’s request.
On receipt of a complementary return, the official representative must forward it to the Chief Electoral Officer.
2011, c. 38, s. 6.