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Compendium of Election Laws, Practices and Cases of Selected Commonwealth Countries

Volume 2, Part 2

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Volume 2 deals with actual election cases, grouped by subject. Each of the two parts contains five themes. Theme 1: Election Management Bodies, Theme 2: Electoral Boundaries, Theme 3: Registration of Voters, Theme 4: Nomination of Candidates Theme, 5: Voting Theme, 6: Election Irregularities, Theme 7: Political Parties, Theme 8: Election Expenses, Theme, 9: The Media, Theme 10: Miscellaneous.

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G. Y. Kankarrao v E. V. alias Balasaheb Vikhe Patil et al

Vikhe Patil filed an election petition at the Bombay High Court praying that the election of Gadakh be declared as void and the election petitioner Vikhe Patil be declared to have been duly elected from that constituency. The challenge to the validity of the election of Gadakh was made on the ground that Gadakh had committed corrupt practice under the law by making false statements. After the evidence was recorded at the trial of Gadakh, the High Court issued a notice under the R.P. Act, Section 99 to Sharad Pawar to show cause why he should not be so named.

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