E-3.3 - Election Act

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283. An elector who wishes to vote outside Québec must file a signed request stating his or her
(1)  name, sex and date of birth;
(2)  domiciliary address in Québec or last domiciliary address in Québec;
(3)  date of departure from Québec;
(4)  projected date of return to Québec; and
(5)  postal address outside Québec.
A declaration that the elector intends to return to Québec and a photocopy of the document or documents determined by regulation of the Chief Electoral Officer must be filed with the request in support of the information it contains.
In the case of an elector described in the second paragraph of section 282, proof of the posting outside Québec must also be filed with the request.
1989, c. 1, s. 283; 2006, c. 17, s. 15.
283. After counting the ballot papers for each electoral division, the deputy returning officer shall draw up a statement of votes for each advance polling station and an abstract of the statement of votes for each electoral division.
The deputy returning officer shall then place in separate envelopes, for each electoral division, the ballot papers given in favour of each candidate, the rejected ballot papers, the spoiled or cancelled ballot papers and the unused ballot papers. He shall seal the envelopes and place them in another sealed envelope bearing the name of the electoral division concerned.
The deputy returning officer, the poll clerk and those representatives wishing to do so shall affix their initials to the seals.
The envelope, the poll book and the list of electors shall be placed in the ballot box.
1989, c. 1, s. 283.