Electoral (Administration) Amendment Act 2010

Schedule 4
Consequential amendments to regulations

s 32

Part 1
Change of Chief Electoral Officer to Electoral Commission

Citizens Initiated Referenda Regulations 1995 (SR 1995/227)
Court of Appeal (List Election Petitions) Rules 1998 (SR 1998/326)

Definition of petition in rule 2:

Rule 5(2):

Heading to Schedule 2 of form 1 of the Schedule.

Part 2
Further consequential amendments

Citizens Initiated Referenda Regulations 1995 (SR 1995/227)

Regulation 7(1): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission must.

Regulation 7(1): omit Chief Electoral Officer considers and substitute Electoral Commission considers.

Constituency Election Petition Rules 2008 (SR 2008/383)

Form 1 of the Schedule: omit If the petition complains of the conduct of the Chief Electoral Officer, specify the Chief Electoral Officer's name. and substitute Insert the Electoral Commission if the petition complains of the conduct of the Electoral Commission.

Form 1 of the Schedule: omit Chief Electoral Officer in each place where it appears (except the place specified in the paragraph above) and substitute in each case Electoral Commission.

Court of Appeal (List Election Petitions) Rules 1998 (SR 1998/326)

Rule 6(2)(b): repeal and substitute:

  • (b) in relation to the Electoral Commission, delivery to—

    • (i) an Electoral Commissioner in person; or

    • (ii) the address of the Electoral Commission.

Form 1 of the Schedule: omit , if the petition complains of the conduct of the Chief Electoral Officer, the name of the Chief Electoral Officer and substitute insert the Electoral Commission if the petition complains of the conduct of the Electoral Commission.

Form 1 of the Schedule: omit Chief Electoral Officer in each place where it appears (except the place specified in the paragraph above) and substitute in each case Electoral Commission.

Electoral Regulations 1996 (SR 1996/93)

Regulation 18(1): omit Chief Electoral Officer under section 127 of the Act, the Chief Electoral Officer shall and substitute Electoral Commission under section 127 of the Act, the Electoral Commission must.

Regulation 19: omit the Chief Electoral Officer of his or her in each place where it appears and substitute in each case the Electoral Commission of its.

Regulation 29(1): omit Chief Electoral Officer shall be marked with his or her official mark and substitute Electoral Commission must be marked with the official mark of that Officer or of the Electoral Commission, as the case may be.

Regulation 29(2): omit Chief Electoral Officer and substitute an Electoral Commissioner (on behalf of the Electoral Commission).

Regulation 29(2): omit his or her official mark and substitute the official mark of that Officer or of the Electoral Commission.

Regulation 47(2): omit posted to the Chief Electoral Officer and substitute posted to the Electoral Commission.

Regulation 47(2): omit the Chief Electoral Officer or other authorised person and substitute an Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, or other authorised person.

Regulation 49(4): repeal and substitute:

  • (4) An Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, must—

    • (a) enclose in 1 or more parcels the packets received by the Electoral Commission in accordance with this regulation; and

    • (b) properly secure the parcels; and

    • (c) endorse each parcel with a description of its contents; and

    • (d) sign the endorsement and immediately forward the parcels to the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Regulation 63: omit Chief Electoral Officer or other authorised person and substitute Electoral Commission or an authorised person.

Regulation 63: omit the Chief Electoral Officer or authorised person and substitute an Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, or the authorised person.

Regulation 63(a): omit Chief Electoral Office and substitute Electoral Commission.

Regulation 64A(3): omit The Chief Electoral Officer must and substitute An Electoral Commissioner, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, must.