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Friday, 20 June 1902


Mr McCAY (Corinella) - Clause 59 provides that if a claim is in order the returning officer, shall immediately enter the claimant's name on the roll, and shall file his claim. If the elector whose name is entered on the roll is entitled to vote by virtue of his name being placed on the roll, what is the use of filing his claim? Then again, if his name is placed on the roll, what purpose is to be served by the provision in clause80 ? Does the reference to "claims which have not been registered " in the amendment refer to the entry of the claimant's name on the roll, or to the filing of his claims?


Mr DEAKIN - There is some ambiguity about the provision.

Amendment agreed to.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 81 agreed to.

Clause 82 -

Any person authorized in writing may appear to resist an objection on behalf of the person objected to.







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