Canada Elections Act
Marginal note:Deletion of names
52 (1) The Chief Electoral Officer shall delete from the Register of Electors the name of any person who
(a) is dead;
(b) is not an elector; or
(c) requests in writing to have his or her name deleted;
(d) is under a court-ordered protective regime, including guardianship, tutorship or curatorship, and whose authorized representative under the regime requests in writing that the person’s name be deleted.
(1.1) A person’s name may be deleted under paragraph (1)(d) only if the authorized representative has provided the Chief Electoral Officer with a copy of the court order and satisfactory proof of that representative’s identity.
Marginal note:Deletion of name — discretionary
(2) The Chief Electoral Officer may delete from the Register of Electors the name of any person who fails to comply with a request referred to in paragraph 51(b) within the 60 days.
- 2000, c. 9, s. 52
- 2014, c. 12, s. 23
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