Haw. Code R. § 12-41-46 - Conduct of election and objections

Current through February, 2022

The agent of the board conducting an election shall make a report containing a tally of votes, serve a copy of the report upon each party in interest, and transmit a copy thereof to the board. Any party to the proceeding who desires to file an objection to the conduct of the election shall do so within five days after receipt of a copy of the report. The objections shall be in writing and shall contain a brief statement of the facts upon which the objection is based. The original and four copies of the objections shall be signed and filed with the board, the original being sworn to. The objector shall serve a copy upon each of the other parties. If it appears to the board or hearings officer that any substantial question was raised thereby, the board or hearings officer may hold a hearing upon due notice and shall decide question before proceeding to a final determination. The procedure on such a hearing shall be governed by the provisions of sections 12-41-20 to 12-41-30.


Haw. Code R. § 12-41-46
[Eff. NOV 10 1983] (Auth: HRS § 377-11) (Imp: HRS § 377-5)

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