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Enacting Formula

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II REGISTER OF OWNERS OF FLATS

Part III VOTING

Part IV THE POLL

Part V COUNTING OF VOTES

Part VI ELECTRONIC POLLING

Part VII OFFENCES

THE SCHEDULE Form 1

 
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PART VII
OFFENCES
Voting offences
49.
—(1)  Any person who —
(a)
votes in person at a poll on any proposal knowing that the person appointed as his proxy at the poll has already voted in person at the poll in respect of that same proposal;
(b)
votes as proxy for any person at a poll on any proposal knowing that that person has already voted in person at the poll in respect of that same proposal; or
(c)
votes in person, or as proxy on behalf of a registered owner, or as a representative of a registered owner who is a company, more than once in the same poll and on the same proposal,
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000.
(2)  In this rule, “proposal” means a proposal to carry out lift upgrading works in a building within a precinct.
Tampering with polling papers
50.  Any person who —
(a)
without due authority supplies any polling paper to any person;
(b)
without due authority takes out of the polling place any polling paper or is found in possession without due authority of any polling paper outside a polling place; or
(c)
without due authority destroys, takes, opens or otherwise interferes with —
(i)
any poll box;
(ii)
any sealed packet, container or envelope referred to in rule 30 or 34;
(iii)
any packet of polling papers then in use for the purposes of the poll;
(iv)
any daily statement of the poll; or
(v)
any electronic polling machine or electronic polling equipment in use or intended to be used for the purposes of a poll,
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000.