Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 37 2013 Elections and Referendums Part 1
The Halsbury’s Laws Elections and Referendums title sets out the law governing the administration, conduct and questioning of parliamentary and local government elections, of Welsh Assembly elections, and of elections to the European Parliament.
The Halsbury’s Laws Elections and Referendums title sets out the law governing the administration, conduct and questioning of parliamentary and local government elections, of Welsh Assembly elections, and of elections to the European Parliament. The title also sets out the law relating to referendums and other polls.
The Electoral Commission, the establishment of electoral boundaries, right to vote, electoral fraud are all covered in this comprehensive title.
The Elections and Referendums title is available in three parts. Volumes 37, 38 and 38A comprise the title in full.
Companion titles to Elections and Referendums include Vol 20: Constitutional and Administrative Law; Vol 69: Local Government; Vol 70: London Government; andVol 78: Parliament.
The law is stated as at 1 November 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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Table of contents
1. Introduction and General Framework
2. The Electoral Commission etc
3. Establishment and Review of Electoral Boundaries
4. Right to Vote and Registration of Electors
5. Procedure for Conducting Elections (part)