E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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233. The deputy returning officer shall reject every ballot paper which
(1)  has not been furnished by the deputy returning officer;
(2)  has not been marked or has not been marked properly;
(3)  has been marked in favour of more than one candidate;
(4)  has been marked in favour of a person who is not a candidate;
(5)  bears fanciful or injurious entries;
(6)  bears a mark by which the elector can be identified;
(7)  has been marked otherwise than with the pencil given to the elector by the deputy returning officer.
1987, c. 57, s. 233; 1999, c. 25, s. 23.
233. The deputy returning officer shall reject every ballot paper which
(1)  has not been furnished by the deputy returning officer;
(2)  has not been marked or has not been marked properly;
(3)  has been marked in favour of more than one candidate;
(4)  has been marked in favour of a person who is not a candidate;
(5)  bears fanciful or injurious entries;
(6)  bears a mark by which the elector can be identified.
1987, c. 57, s. 233.