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23(1)Schedule 1 (parliamentary elections rules) is amended as follows.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)In rule 7 (subscription of nomination paper), for paragraph (6) substitute—
“(6)In this rule “elector”—
(a)means a person who is registered in the register of parliamentary electors for the constituency on the last day for publication of notice of the election; and
(b)includes a person then shown in that register as below voting age if (but only if) it appears from the register that he will be of voting age on the day fixed for the poll.”
(3)In the Appendix of Forms, in the form of nomination paper—
(a)omit note 3, and
(b)in note 5, omit “or electors lists”.
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