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51.—(1) Paragraphs (3) to (7) specify the marks to appear against a person’s name in the register to indicate that he is registered in one or more of the four registers (those of: parliamentary electors; local electors; relevant citizens of the Union registered as European Parliamentary electors; and peers overseas registered as European Parliamentary overseas electors) which are required to be combined.
(2) Where no mark appears against a person’s name in the register of electors, this indicates that he is registered in the registers of parliamentary and local electors.
(3) To indicate that a relevant citizen of the Union is registered only in the register of local electors, the letter “G” shall be placed against his name.
(4) To indicate that such a citizen is registered in both that register and the register of such citizens registered as European Parliamentary electors, the letter “K” shall be placed against his name.
(5) To indicate that any other person is registered only in the register of local electors, the letter “L” shall be placed against this name.
(6) To indicate that an overseas elector is registered only in the register of parliamentary electors, the letter “F” shall be placed against his name.
(7) To indicate that a European Parliamentary overseas elector is registered only in the register of such electors, the letter “E” shall be placed against his name.
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