Canada Elections Act
Marginal note:Deregistration — failure to provide documents
386 The Chief Electoral Officer may deregister a registered party if the party fails to provide
(a) confirmation under subsection 383(1) or section 384 of the validity of the registered information;
(b) a report in accordance with subsection 382(2) on a change in the registered information on its name, short-form name, abbreviation or logo mentioned in paragraphs 366(2)(a) to (c);
(c) either of the documents referred to in subsections 382(1) and (3) with respect to a change of its leader;
(d) any of the documents referred to in subsection 379(2) or 382(1) or (4) with respect to a replacement of its auditor or chief agent;
(e) a report under subsection 375(3) on the appointment of a registered agent;
(f) a report under subsection 382(1) on a change in any other registered information;
(g) any of the documents referred to in paragraphs 372(a) to (c);
(h) a statement required by subsection 435.04(1) or (2); or
(i) a report that it is required by subsection 478.02(1) to provide.
- 2000, c. 9, s. 386;
- 2003, c. 19, s. 14.
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