Commentary

9 Provisional and final registration

COMMONS vol 6(1)B
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9 Provisional and final registration

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9 Provisional and final registration

Registration in any of the sections of the register1 pursuant to the Commons Registration Act 1965 was originally provisional and subject to objections which had to be made within specified periods2. These periods expired on 31 July 19723. Apart from the provisions for amendment of the register4, new registration5 and certain minor provisions for correction of errors and omissions6 and for rectification7, most provisional registrations have become final and conclusive, unless removed from the register after a decision by a Commons Commissioner.

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