The Law of Parliamentary Elections in Ireland; With Representation of the People ACT, 1918; Redistribution of Seats (Ireland) ACT, 1918; Ballot ACT, 1872; Corruption and Illegal Practices Prevention ACT, 1883 and Other Statutes ... and a

The Law of Parliamentary Elections in Ireland; With Representation of the People ACT, 1918; Redistribution of Seats (Ireland) ACT, 1918; Ballot ACT, 1872; Corruption and Illegal Practices Prevention ACT, 1883 and Other Statutes ... and a

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ... of any sub-agent, clerk, or ofiicer of an election agent of the candidate, or by reason of inadvertence or of any reasonable cause of a like nature, and not by reason of any want of good faith on the part of the applicant; the Court may, after such notice of the application in the said county or borough, and on production of such evidence of the grounds stated in the application, and of the good faith of the application, and otherwise, as to the Court seems fit, make such order for allowing an authorised excuse for the failure to transmit such return and declaration, or for an error or false statement in such return and declaration, as to the court seems just.' (2) Where it appears to the court that. any person being or having been election agent or sub-agent has refused or failed to make such return, or to supply such particulars as will enable the candidate and his election agent respectively to comply with the provisions of this Act as to the return and declaration respecting election expenses, the court before making an order allowing the excuse as in this section mentioned shall order such person to attend before the court, and on his attendance shall, unless he shows cause to the contrary, order him to make the return and declaration, or to deliver a statement of the particulars required to be contained in the return, as to the court seem just, and to make or deliver the same within such time and to such person and in such manner as the Court may direct, or may order him to be examined with respect to such particulars, and may, in default of compliance with any such order, order him to pay a fine not exceeding five hundred pounds. (3) The order may make the allowance conditional upon the making of the return and declaration in a...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236853210
  • 9781236853219