180. A board of revisors must sit at the returning officer’s main office and the additional boards of revisors, at the returning officer’s branch offices or at any other place determined by the returning officer after being authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer. Those offices and places must be accessible to handicapped persons.
If the Chief Electoral Officer considers it expedient given the time of the year, a board of revisors may sit at any place where a university or a general and vocational college maintains a student residence. The institution must permit the use of those premises free of charge for that purpose.
Not later than the twenty-eighth day before polling day, the returning officer determines the places where boards of revisors will sit.
A mobile board of revisors sits in a residential facility maintained by an institution that operates a residential and long-term care centre governed by the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) or a private seniors’ residence listed in the register established under that Act.
A residential facility must meet the criteria set by the Chief Electoral Officer and the institution or the operator of the residence must allow a mobile board of revisors to be set up free of charge in the residential facility.
The returning officer informs the Chief Electoral Officer, the authorized parties represented in the National Assembly, any other party having so requested, any authorized independent Member and each candidate of the places where a board of revisors will sit.
1989, c. 1, s. 180; 1995, c. 23, s. 18; 2006, c. 17, s. 12; 2008, c. 22, s. 31; 2011, c. 27, s. 38.