Object to an entry on the electoral register

Entries on the electoral register or applications for registration (except anonymous registrations) can be objected to by anyone who is registered in that area.

Grounds for objection must refer to the fact that the person being objected to does not meet one, or all, of the requirements for registration.

Objections must be made in writing, giving details of the objection and signed and dated by the person making the objection.

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