Electors in UK Law

  • Porter v Magill
    • House of Lords
    • 13 Dec 2001
    ......The references in contemporary documents to "new residents", "more electors" and "new electors" in many instances were euphemisms for "more potential Conservative voters", particularly in marginal wards. A major element of ......
  • Fox v Stirk and Bristol Electoral Registration Officer
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 12 May 1970
    ......Cambridge. THE MASTER OF THE ROLLS . 1 Some students at our universities claim to be placed upon the register of electors. They all are over eighteen years of age and are British subjects. So if they satisfy the requirement as to "residence" they are entitled to be on ......
  • Morgan v Simpson
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 18 Jul 1974
    ....... THE MASTER OF THE ROLLS . 1 On Thursday, 12th April, 1973, the electors of Croydon North- East went to the polls. It was for the election of a Councillor on the Greater London Couic. There were three candidates. The ......
  • R (on the application of Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice
    • Supreme Court
    • 16 Oct 2013
    ...... at a parliamentary election in any constituency if on the date of the poll he- (a) is registered in the register of parliamentary electors for that constituency; (b) is not subject to any legal incapacity to vote (age apart); (c) is either a Commonwealth citizen or a ......
  • R (Miller and Another) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 03 Nov 2016
    ...... the validity of a statute to be questioned on the ground of its having been passed or being kept alive in opposition to the wishes of the electors." (ibid. pp. 57 and 72). . . 23 The principle of Parliamentary sovereignty has been recognised many times in ......
  • Conservative and Unionist Central Office v Burrell
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 Dec 1981
    ...... were formed after 1832 to carry out the task of making sure that the names of supporters entitled to vote were included in the register of electors. In 1867 it was decided to form a federation of local associations in England and Wales. This was the beginning of the National Union. In 1870 an ......
  • Corporate Officer of the House of Commons v Information Commissioner and Others
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 16 May 2008
    ......-known MPs like Mr Blair and Ms Beckett were available in any event, and that every prospective MP would be registered as candidates and as electors, with names and addresses in the public electoral register. The Tribunal went on to note that details of property ownership were available from HM ......
  • Inland Revenue v Carron Company
    • House of Lords
    • 29 May 1968
  • R v Boundary Commission for England, ex parte Foot
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 25 Jan 1983
    ....... . 5 All parties, and indeed the members of this court, are electors in one parliamentary constituency or another. . . 6 The role of the Boundary Commission . . 7 Over a period of years ......
  • Shindler and Another v Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Another
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 20 May 2016
    ......His name last appeared in the UK register of electors in 1982. Ms MacLennan was born in Inverness in 1961. In 1987, in exercise of her right of free movement, she moved to Belgium where she has resided ......
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