Electoral (Administration) Amendment Act 2010

Schedule 3
Consequential amendments to other Acts

s 32

Part 1
Change of Chief Electoral Officer to Electoral Commission

Parliamentary Service Act 2000 (2000 No 17)

Section 9A(1)(b), (3)(a), (4)(a), (4)(b), and (5)(a).

Part 2
Further consequential amendments

Broadcasting Act 1989 (1989 No 25)

Section 70(2)(d): omit the Chief Electoral Officer,.

Section 79D: omit 4 pm and substitute 5 pm.

Citizens Initiated Referenda Act 1993 (1993 No 101)

Definition of Chief Electoral Officer in section 2: repeal.

Section 2: insert in its appropriate alphabetical order:

Electoral Commission has the same meaning as in section 3(1) of the Electoral Act 1993.

Section 24(5): omit sections 4 to 15 and substitute sections 4B to 9.

Section 24A(3): omit sections 4 to 15 and substitute sections 4B to 9.

Section 39(1): omit The Chief Electoral Officer must and substitute An Electoral Commissioner must, on behalf of the Electoral Commission,.

Section 44(2): omit Chief Electoral Officer believes and substitute Electoral Commission believes.

Section 44(2): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission must.

Section 45(1)(a): repeal and substitute:

  • (a) must be kept by the Electoral Commission in the office of the Electoral Commission, or some other convenient place to be appointed by the Electoral Commission, for a period of 5 years after it has been received by the Electoral Commission; and.

Section 45(2): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission must.

Form 2 of the Schedule: omit you to and substitute the Electoral Commission to.

Form 2 of the Schedule: omit You are and substitute An Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, is.

Form 2A of the Schedule: omit you to and substitute the Electoral Commission to.

Form 2A of the Schedule: omit You are and substitute An Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, is.

Local Restoration Polls Act 1990 (1990 No 4)

Section 5(1): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission must.

Section 7(a): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission must.

Referenda (Postal Voting) Act 2000 (2000 No 48)

Section 8(1) and (2): repeal and substitute:

  • (1) The Electoral Commission must designate an Electoral Commissioner to be the Returning Officer for a referendum.

  • (2) The Returning Officer is, under the direction of the Electoral Commission, charged with the duty of implementing this Act, except Part 4.