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Canada Elections Act

Version of section 398 from 2003-01-01 to 2003-12-31:


Marginal note:Deregistration — suspended party

  •  (1) The Chief Electoral Officer shall deregister a suspended party, other than a suspended party that satisfies the conditions set out in subsection 394(1), on the day on which the Chief Electoral Officer receives

    • (a) the documents referred to in section 392, if the return under subparagraph 392(a)(i) discloses no net balance of assets over liabilities; or

    • (b) the amount remitted under subsection 397(1), in any other case.

  • Marginal note:Deregistration — s. 394(1) suspended parties

    (2) The Chief Electoral Officer shall deregister a suspended party that satisfies the conditions set out in subsection 394(1) on the day

    • (a) that is six months after the end of the period for providing the documents referred to in subsection 396(1), if they have not been provided;

    • (b) after which the requirement to provide a statement of expenses ceases to apply by virtue of subsection 396(3);

    • (c) on which the party withdraws its application under section 367; or

    • (d) that is 48 hours after the closing of nominations for candidates in a subsequent general election, if the suspended party has not endorsed candidates in that general election.

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