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Q. JANUARY 2020 CORPORATOR ELECTIONS RECOUNTING

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question iconJANUARY 2020 CORPORATOR ELECTIONS RECOUNTING

On January 23 2020 corporator elections held we lost with very less votes i.e 6 votes so we have doubt that there is a mistake in counting so we want to go for recounting again is it possible for recounting if yes we are ready to make petition with the help of advocate

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You can file an election petition for recounting of votes.

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Yes you can file an election petition. However, you need to talk to your lawyer about the merits of the case before filing.

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