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1The verderers shall prepare a draft of the electoral register, and shall cause notice of their intention to prepare the register and of the places where copies of the draft may be inspected, and extracts therefrom may be taken, at all reasonable times, and of the time within which, and the manner in which, objections to any entry or omission in the draft register may be made to the revising authority, to be published in such manner as the verderers may with the approval of the Minister determine to be best suited for informing persons concerned.
2If any objection to the draft register is duly made, the revising authority, after affording to the objector and to any other person appearing to the authority to be concerned an opportunity of being heard by a person appointed by the revising authority for the purpose, shall determine the objection.
3The decision of the revising authority on any objection shall be final.
4As soon as may be after the determination of any objections duly made to the draft register, or if no objections thereto are duly made, then as soon as may be after the time for making objections has expired, the verderers shall prepare and publish the register in the form of the draft, subject to the modifications required by the determination of any objections.
5The verderers shall revise the electoral register as at the first day of October in any year in which an election for an elective verderer is to be held, and the foregoing provisions of this Schedule shall with the necessary modifications apply to the revision of the register as they apply to the preparation thereof.
6For the purposes of this Schedule the revising authority shall be the sheriff of the county of Southampton.
7The expenses of the revising authority shall be defrayed out of the funds in the hands of the verderers.
8The Forestry Commissioners shall make good to the verderers any reasonable expenditure incurred or to be incurred by the verderers in connection with the preparation, maintenance or evision of the electoral register.
|Session and Chapter||Short Title||Extent of Repeal|
|40 & 41 Vict. c. cxxi.||The New Forest Act, 1877.||In section fourteen, the words from "The first" to "under this Act" ; sections fifteen, seventeen and eighteen; in section nineteen, the words from the beginning to " coming into office ", where those words occur for the third time; in section twenty-four, paragraph (a) ; in section twenty-five the words in paragraph 1 from " by excluding" to "infectious disease", the words from "Any byelaw " to " Southampton ", the words " by the said court " and the words from " and any person" to the end of the section ; in section twenty-six, the words " second and " and the words " the register of commoners and "; sections twenty-seven, twenty-eight and thirty-one; in section thirty-two the words from " in relation " to "otherwise"; section thirty-nine; the Second Schedule; in the Third Schedule, the words from " The first election " to " by such election ", and the words from " On every occasion " to " whether elected or not".|
|42 & 43 Vict. c. cxciv.||The New Forest Act, 1879.||In section two the words from "on payment of such sums" to "the persons subjected thereto were commoners ".|
|Short Title||Session and Chapter|
|New Forest Act, 1877||40 & 41 Vict. c. cxxi.|
|New Forest Act, 1879||42 & 43 Vict. c. cxciv.|
|Trunk Roads Act, 1936||26Geo. 5 & 1 Edw.8. c. 5.|
|Trunk Roads Act, 1946||9 & 10 Geo. 6. c. 30.|
|Town and Country Planning Act, 1947||10 & 11 Geo. 6. c.51.|
|Local Government Act, 1948||11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 26.|
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