Electoral Affairs Commission (Registration of Electors) (Village Representative Election) Regulation
E.R. 2 of 2012
Who may make a claim
(1) A person-
(a) who has been determined by the ERO under section 11(1)(a)(ii) or (b)(ii) to be not eligible to be registered;
(b) whose application for registration was not considered further by the ERO under section 12(3) or (4); or
(i) has made an application for registration; and
(ii) is not a person who is described in paragraph (a) or (b), but whose name is not recorded in the relevant provisional register,
may make a claim that he or she is entitled to be registered as an elector.
(2) A person whose name is included in an omissions list may make a claim that he or she is entitled to be registered in the relevant final register.
(3) A person (other than a person referred to in subsection (2)) whose name is recorded in a part or division of a provisional register may make a claim that he or she is entitled to be registered in a different part or division.
(4) A person whose request under section 20(1) to alter a particular in an entry relating to that person has been refused by the ERO may make a claim to have that particular altered as requested.
(5) A person whose particulars in an entry have been altered by the ERO under section 20(3) may make a claim objecting to that alteration.