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FEDERAL COURT RULES 2011 - RULE 34.93

Response to election petition

             (1)  If an applicant wants a declaration that a person was duly elected, but not returned, and a respondent wants to contend that the person was not duly elected, the respondent must, within 7 days after filing a notice of address for service, file in the Registry, and serve on the applicant, particulars of the grounds on which the respondent intends to rely.

             (2)  A statement of particulars of grounds must set out the facts in the same way in which facts relied on to invalidate an election are to be set out in a petition.



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