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The Representation of the People (Absent Voting at Local Government Elections) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Additional requirements for applications for ballot papers to be sent to different address from that shown in the record kept under paragraph 3(4) or 7(6) of Schedule 4

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6.—(1) An application under–

(a)paragraph 4(3)(a) (absent vote at particular election) of Schedule 4 by a person shown as voting by post in the record kept under paragraph 3(4) of that Schedule; or

(b)paragraph 7(7) (voting as proxy) of that Schedule by a person shown as voting by post in the record kept under paragraph 7(6) of that Schedule,

for that person’s ballot paper to be sent to a different address from that shown in the record must set out why the applicant’s circumstances will be or are likely to be such that the applicant requires the ballot paper to be sent to that address.

(2) This regulation does not apply where an applicant has, or has applied for, an anonymous entry.

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