Scrutineer definition

Scrutineer means an individual, appointed in writing by a certified candidate, to represent him or her during the voting process.
Scrutineer means an individual, appointed in writing by a certified candidate, to represent him or her during the voting process, or an individual appointed by Council, a local board or the Minister in relation to a by-law or question, or by an elector in the case of a recount.

Examples of Scrutineer in a sentence

  • The Organisers and the Championship Eligibility Scrutineer also reserve the right to impound individual parts or the whole car without prior notification.

  • No work may be carried out on any car unless authorised by the Clerk of the Course or Scrutineer.

  • Work on cars already in the Pits must cease when a race is stopped and may only continue under the control of a Scrutineer.

  • The Organisers and the Championship Eligibility Scrutineer reserve the right to check, seal and/or remove any suspect part for more detailed examination.

  • Any area deemed by the licensed Eligibility Scrutineer and/or his nominated representative will be subject to Parc Ferme conditions with no exceptions.


More Definitions of Scrutineer

Scrutineer. – shall mean a Past Warden not on Council who examines votes at an election of Warden and/or Committee Chairs.
Scrutineer means someone who examines or closely inspects the conduct of an election.
Scrutineer means the independent person or persons appointed by the Association to review and scrutinise applications for membership and the documentation used by Members, and prospective members, for compliance with the Code.
Scrutineer. – means a person appointed by a candidate to represent his/her interest at a polling station and to act as his/her agent.
Scrutineer means a person appointed in writing by a Certified Candidate to represent the Certified Candidate at specified election events.
Scrutineer means a person, designated in writing by a Candidate prior to the advance polling, authorized to represent this Candidate during his/her absence during the voting process and the counting of the votes mentioned in this Election Code;