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43. When the result of the poll has been ascertained, the counting officer must forthwith—
(a)declare the result of the referendum;
(b)inform the proper officer of the authority by or in respect of which the referendum was held of the result of the referendum;
(c)give public notice of—
(i)the result of the referendum;
(ii)the number of ballot papers counted;
(iii)the total number of votes cast for each answer; and
(iv)the number of rejected ballot papers under each head shown in the statement of rejected ballot papers.
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