E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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403. The chief electoral officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party. He may, upon the written application of an independent candidate, withdraw the candidate’s authorization.
In the case of a party, the application must be accompanied with
(1)  a copy of the resolution passed in conformity with the by-laws of the party and certified by two or more officers of the party;
(2)  a closing financial report, containing the same information as the annual financial report under section 479, for the period running from the date of authorization or the end of the period covered by the preceding financial report, as the case may be, to the date of the application for withdrawal;
(3)  the preceding financial report, where it has not been filed with the treasurer, and the auditor’s report pertaining to it.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the chief electoral officer shall not withdraw the authorization of an independent candidate who has not paid all the debts contracted during the term of his authorization.
1987, c. 57, s. 403; 1999, c. 25, s. 45; 2002, c. 37, s. 182; 2016, c. 172016, c. 17, s. 59.
403. The chief electoral officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party. He may, upon the written application of an independent candidate, withdraw the candidate’s authorization.
In the case of a party, the application must be accompanied with
(1)  a copy of the resolution passed in conformity with the by-laws of the party and certified by two or more officers of the party;
(2)  a closing financial report, containing the same information as the annual financial report under section 479, for the period running from the date of authorization or the end of the period covered by the preceding financial report, as the case may be, to the date of the application for withdrawal;
(3)  the preceding financial report, where it has not been filed with the treasurer, and the auditor’s report pertaining to it.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the chief electoral officer shall not withdraw the authorization of an independent candidate who has not paid all the debts arising from his election expenses.
1987, c. 57, s. 403; 1999, c. 25, s. 45; 2002, c. 37, s. 182; 2016, c. 172016, c. 17, s. 59.
403. The chief electoral officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party. He may, upon the written application of an independent candidate, withdraw the candidate’s authorization.
In the case of a party, the application must be accompanied with a copy of the resolution to that effect passed in conformity with the by-laws of the party and certified by two or more officers of the party.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the chief electoral officer shall not withdraw the authorization of an independent candidate who has not paid all the debts arising from his election expenses.
1987, c. 57, s. 403; 1999, c. 25, s. 45; 2002, c. 37, s. 182.
403. The chief electoral officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party. He may, upon the written application of an independent candidate, withdraw the candidate’s authorization.
The application must be accompanied with a closing financial report for the period running from the date of authorization or, as the case may be, from the end of the period covered by the preceding financial report to the date of the application. In addition, the application must be accompanied with the financial report for the preceding fiscal year where it has not been filed with the treasurer, and the auditor’s report pertaining to it. In the case of a party, the application must also be accompanied with a copy of the resolution to that effect passed in conformity with the by-laws of the party and certified by two or more officers of the party.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the chief electoral officer shall not withdraw the authorization of an independent candidate who has not paid all the debts arising from his election expenses.
1987, c. 57, s. 403; 1999, c. 25, s. 45.
403. The chief electoral officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party. He may, upon the written application of an independent candidate, withdraw the candidate’s authorization.
The application must be accompanied with a closing financial report for the period running from the date of authorization or, as the case may be, from the end of the period covered by the preceding financial report to the date of the application. In addition, the application must be accompanied with the financial report for the preceding fiscal year where it has not been filed with the treasurer, and the auditor’s report pertaining to it.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the chief electoral officer shall not withdraw the authorization of an independent candidate who has not paid all the debts arising from his election expenses.
1987, c. 57, s. 403.