E-3.3 - Election Act

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350. Before the deputy returning officer remits a ballot paper, he, the poll clerk or the representative of a candidate may require a person to declare under oath, in the form prescribed by regulation, that
(1)  he is a qualified elector;
(2)  he was domiciled in that polling subdivision on the 14th day before polling day or, if he filed an application under section 3, that he had his main office in the polling subdivision on the date of the application;
(3)  he has not already voted in the current election;
(4)  he has received no benefit intended to engage his support in favour of a candidate;
(5)  he has no ballot paper in his possession that may be used in the current election.
The poll clerk shall enter in the poll book the name of the person requiring the declaration and the reasons for the requirement.
1989, c. 1, s. 350; 1995, c. 23, s. 36; 1998, c. 52, s. 65; 2013, c. 5, s. 10; 2006, c. 17, s. 24; 2011, c. 5, s. 36.
350. Before the deputy returning officer remits a ballot paper, he, the poll clerk or the representative of a candidate may require a person to declare under oath, in the form prescribed by regulation, that
(1)  he is a qualified elector;
(2)  he was domiciled in that polling subdivision on Tuesday of the second week preceding that of the poll or, if he filed an application under section 3, that he had his main office in the polling subdivision on the date of the application;
(3)  he has not already voted in the current election;
(4)  he has received no benefit intended to engage his support in favour of a candidate;
(5)  he has no ballot paper in his possession that may be used in the current election.
The poll clerk shall enter in the poll book the name of the person requiring the declaration and the reasons for the requirement.
1989, c. 1, s. 350; 1995, c. 23, s. 36; 1998, c. 52, s. 65; 2013, c. 5, s. 10.
350. Before the deputy returning officer remits a ballot paper, he, the poll clerk or the representative of a candidate may require a person to declare under oath, in the form prescribed by regulation, that
(1)  he is a qualified elector;
(2)  he was domiciled in that polling subdivision on Tuesday of the second week preceding that of the poll or, if he filed an application under section 3, that he resided or had his main office in the polling subdivision on the date of the application;
(3)  he has not already voted in the current election;
(4)  he has received no benefit intended to engage his support in favour of a candidate;
(5)  he has no ballot paper in his possession that may be used in the current election.
The poll clerk shall enter in the poll book the name of the person requiring the declaration and the reasons for the requirement.
1989, c. 1, s. 350; 1995, c. 23, s. 36; 1998, c. 52, s. 65.
350. Before the deputy returning officer remits a ballot paper, he, the poll clerk or the representative of a candidate may require a person to declare under oath, in the form prescribed by regulation, that
(1)  he is a qualified elector;
(2)  he was domiciled in that polling subdivision on Tuesday of the second week preceding that of the poll or, if he filed an application under section 3, that he resided in the polling subdivision on the date of the application;
(3)  he has not already voted in the current election;
(4)  he has received no benefit intended to engage his support in favour of a candidate;
(5)  he has no ballot paper in his possession that may be used in the current election.
The poll clerk shall enter in the poll book the name of the person requiring the declaration and the reasons for the requirement.
1989, c. 1, s. 350; 1995, c. 23, s. 36.
350. Before the deputy returning officer remits a ballot paper, he, the poll clerk or the representative of a candidate may require a person to declare under oath, in the form prescribed by regulation, that
(1)  he is a qualified elector;
(2)  he was domiciled or had his residence in that polling subdivision on the day of issue of the order instituting the election;
(3)  he has not already voted in the current election;
(4)  he has received no benefit intended to engage his support in favour of a candidate;
(5)  he has no ballot paper in his possession that may be used in the current election.
The poll clerk shall enter in the poll book the name of the person requiring the declaration and the reasons for the requirement.
1989, c. 1, s. 350.