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  1. How an MP becomes subject to a recall petition process

    1. 1. How an MP becomes subject to a recall petition process

    2. 2. The first recall condition: further provision

    3. 3. The first recall condition: expiry of appeal period regarding conviction etc

    4. 4. The first recall condition: courts to notify the Speaker

    5. 5. Speaker’s notice that first or second recall condition has been met

  2. Conduct of the recall petition process

    1. 6. Petition officers

    2. 7. Where and from when the recall petition may be signed

    3. 8. Notice of petition to be sent to registered electors

    4. 9. Recall petition to be made available for signing

    5. 10. Persons entitled to sign a recall petition

    6. 11. How entitlement to sign a recall petition is to be exercised

    7. 12. Double signing

  3. Early termination of recall petition process

    1. 13. Early termination of recall petition process

  4. Outcome of recall petition

    1. 14. Determination of whether recall petition successful

    2. 15. Effect of successful petition

  5. Financial controls

    1. 16. Expenses, donations and reporting

    2. 17. Loans

  6. Final provisions

    1. 18. Power to make further provision about conduct of a recall petition etc

    2. 19. Performance of the Speaker’s functions by others

    3. 20. Minor and consequential amendments

    4. 21. Regulations

    5. 22. Interpretation

    6. 23. Extent

    7. 24. Commencement

    8. 25. Short title

    1. Schedule 1

      Petition officers

    2. Schedule 2

      Alteration of registers of parliamentary electors

    3. Schedule 3

      Regulation of expenditure

      1. Part 1

        Introduction

      2. Part 2

        Limits on expenditure

      3. Part 3

        Petition expenses of accredited campaigners: general controls

      4. Part 4

        Meaning of “petition expense”

      5. Part 5

        Accredited campaigners and responsible persons

      6. Part 6

        Final provisions

    4. Schedule 4

      Control of donations to accredited campaigners

      1. Part 1

        Introduction and interpretation

      2. Part 2

        Control of donations

    5. Schedule 5

      Recall petition returns

    6. Schedule 6

      Minor and consequential amendments

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