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apply to this Part and, in addition, in this Part:"assent voting" means voting conducted for a municipality or regional district on a matter referred to in section 170;"voting area" means an area for which the applicable assent voting is to be conducted.

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The conflicting documents — one version said the Dodgers were Frank's sole property, another version said they were not his sole property — were at the heart of the 11-day trial featuring some of the nation's top — and costly — trial lawyers."There was no mutual assent or meeting of the minds between (Jamie) and (Frank) when they executed the agreement," Gordon wrote.This understanding is grounded in respect for autonomy and protection against harm.We conclude that this interpretation of assent is not of added value as a majority of children cannot be considered competent to make autonomous decisions.However, the version of the contract translated into Spanish omitted the arbitration clause contained in the English version.Ramos later sued Westlake, claiming that an optional insurance policy he purchased with the automobile violated California’s unfair competition laws.to apply in relation to assent voting, the bylaw must be adopted at least 6 weeks before general voting day for the assent voting.(2) Unless subsection (3) or (4) applies, voting opportunities for the assent voting are those established under Part 3 for the assent voting.(3) Voting opportunities in a voting area for assent voting must be the same as those for an election being held at the same time as the assent voting if(a) the municipality or regional district for which the election is being held is conducting the assent voting for the voting area, and(b) the voting area for the assent voting is all or part of the election area for the election.(4) As an exception to section 107 (1) (b) for a voting area with a population of more than 5 000, a regional district board may, by bylaw, limit advance voting opportunities to the required advance voting opportunity under section 107 (1) (a) if all the following circumstances apply to the assent voting:(a) mail ballot voting is available under section 110 (3) (b);(b) the area specified for the purposes of section 110 (3) (b) includes all of the voting area for the assent voting;(c) the voting area is part, but not all, of an electoral area;(d) the assent voting is not being held at the same time as an election for the electoral area., at least 6 days but not more than 30 days before general voting day for assent voting, the chief election officer must issue a notice of assent voting under this section in accordance with section 50 .(2) In addition to subsection (1), throughout the period between the 30th day before general voting day and general voting day, the notice of assent voting(a) must be available for public inspection in the local government offices, during their regular office hours, of each municipality or regional district in which the assent voting is to be conducted, and(b) may be made available at other locations and times as the chief election officer considers appropriate.(3) A notice of voting must include the following information:(a) the question that is to be voted on;(b) the voting area;(c) the qualifications required to be met in order to vote as an elector for the assent voting;(d) the date of general voting day, the voting places established under section 105 for that day and the voting hours for those places;(e) the documents that will be required in order for a person to register as an elector at the time of voting;(f) the place where persons may apply on general voting day for non-resident property elector certificates required in order to register at the time of voting;(g) if applicable, information required to be included under section 113 (5) regarding municipal voting divisions.(4) If the assent voting is on a bylaw submitted for the assent of the electors or is authorized by a bylaw, the notice of voting must also include the following:(a) either a copy of the bylaw or, if approved by the local government, a synopsis of the bylaw in accordance with subsection (5);(b) if a synopsis of the bylaw is included, a statement that the synopsis is not an interpretation of the bylaw;(c) the dates, times and places at which the bylaw may be inspected.(5) A synopsis under subsection (4) (a) must include(a) in general terms, the intent of the bylaw,(b) the area that is the subject of the bylaw, and(c) if applicable, the amount of the borrowing authorized by the bylaw.(6) If subsection (4) applies, a full copy of the bylaw must be available for inspection by electors(a) at the local government offices, during their regular office hours, of each municipality or regional district in which the assent voting is to be conducted, and(b) at each place where voting is conducted.(7) The notice of voting may also include any other information the chief election officer considers appropriate.

(1) A ballot for assent voting must(a) indicate the appropriate mark to make a valid vote indicating assent or dissent, and(b) be in a question form to which the elector may indicate assent or dissent by making the appropriate mark opposite the word "Yes" or the word "No".(2) Unless otherwise provided under this or another Act, separate ballots must be prepared for each question that is to be voted on., the counting of the vote for assent voting may be held at a later time set by the chief election officer, as long as the ballots are counted before the date of the declaration of the assent voting results under section 146.(2) If a later time for counting is set under subsection (1), the presiding election official must ensure that the ballots are sealed in ballot boxes in accordance with section 121 and are delivered to the chief election officer with the materials referred to in section 143.

LOS ANGELES — Jamie Mc Court was a clear legal winner Tuesday in the Dodger divorce battle with former husband Frank Mc Court.

But what that means about the future of the Los Angeles Dodgers is anything but clear, and it could be unclear for years.

In addition, other safeguards are more appropriate to protect children against harm.

The grounds from the second category can be classified as engagement grounds.

(1) In order to vote at assent voting, a person must meet both of the following requirements:(a) the person must meet the qualifications of section 65 as a resident elector, or section 66 as a non-resident property elector, in relation to the voting area for which the assent voting is to be conducted;(b) the person must be registered in accordance with subsection (2).(2) To vote at assent voting, a person must(a) be registered, on or before the date established under subsection (4) (a) if applicable, as an elector of the municipality or electoral area to which the person's qualifications referred to in subsection (1) (a) relate, or(b) register immediately before voting,(i) as an elector of the municipality or electoral area to which the person's qualifications referred to in subsection (1) (a) relate, or(ii) as an elector for the purposes of the assent voting only.(3) Registration referred to in subsection (2) (b) (ii) is effective only for the assent voting being conducted at that time.(4) If assent voting is not being held at the same time as an election for a municipality or electoral area in which the assent voting is to be conducted and advance registration for the municipality or electoral area is available under section 71,(a) the chief election officer must establish a date after which registration as an elector of the municipality or electoral area will not entitle the person to vote at the assent voting and the person must instead register under subsection (2) (b) of this section in order to vote, and(b) the following sections do not apply to the municipality or electoral area in relation to the assent voting:(i) section 77 (3), (6) and (7) .(5) If subsection (4) applies, at least 6 days but not more than 30 days before the date established under paragraph (a) of that subsection, the chief election officer must give notice in accordance with section 50 A person may vote only once on a question submitted for assent voting, even though the voting is conducted in more than one voting area and the person is entitled to vote in relation to more than one voting area.