Electoral Finance Act 2007

  • repealed
20 Cancellation of listing
  • (1) The Electoral Commission must cancel the listing of a third party if—

    • (a) the third party's financial agent, or a person duly authorised by the third party's board or other governing body, or the representative of an unincorporated third party, or the third party himself or herself (if an individual) requests the Electoral Commission to do so; or

    • (b) the Electoral Commission is satisfied that—

      • (i) the third party is not eligible to be listed; or

      • (ii) the third party does not have a financial agent; or

      • (iii) the Electoral Commission has not received the written notice that the Electoral Commission should have received under section 19(2).

    (2) If the Electoral Commission cancels the listing of a third party under subsection (1)(b), the Electoral Commission must, as soon as is reasonably practicable, and in any case not later than 10 working days after the date of the cancellation, give the financial agent or the third party written notice that the Electoral Commission has cancelled the listing, and set out the reasons for the cancellation.