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Why should you buy Parker’s Law and Conduct of Elections
Recognised as the standard work on elections, Parker’s covers every aspect of the law relating to parliamentary and local elections. Full coverage of key legal issues such as registration of electors, standing of candidates, regulation of election expenses, bribery, treating and undue influence.
It includes tables of abbreviations, cases, statutes and statutory instruments; updated text of main relevant statutes; and current orders and regulations. Electoral Commission guidance and circulars are also reproduced. Three looseleaf volumes, three service issues per year (invoiced separately on publication).
Table of contents
1. Elections and Electoral Areas;
3. Registration of Electors;
4. The Returning Officer, his Staff and Expenses;
5. The Candidate;
6. The Election Agent and his Staff;
7. Political Parties;
8. Election Expenses;
10. Public Meetings;
11. Proceedings up to Notice of Election and Computation of Time;
12. Nomination of Candidates;
13. Proceedings between Nomination and Poll;
14. Absent Voting;
15. The Poll;
16. Combination of Polls;
17. The Count;
18. Miscellaneous Functions after Declaration of Result;
19. Election Petitions;
20. Bribery, Treating and Undue Influence;
21. Penalties, Incapacities and Prosecutions;
Appendix A, Relevant Statutes.
Appendix B, Subordinate Legislation;
Appendix C, Guidance;
Appendix D, not in use;
Appendix E, Circulars.
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