(a) a copy of the notarial instrument containing the association’s charter;
(b) proof of entry in the commercial register referred to in section 2 of the Commercial Registers Act 2007 or section 2 of the BES Commercial Registers Act 2009;
(c) the proof of payment referred to in subsection 2;
(d) a declaration by the political grouping designating its authorised agent and deputy agent at the central electoral committee, which shall apply until it is replaced by another.
(a) the appellation is contrary to public policy;
(b) the appellation is identical or largely similar to the previously registered appellation of another political grouping or to an appellation for which a request for registration was previously received pursuant to this section or to sections G 1 or G 2, so that there is a risk of confusion;
(c) the appellation is misleading for the voters in some other way;
(d) the appellation contains more than 35 letters or other characters;
(e) the appellation is identical or largely similar to that of a legal person which has been banned by final decision of a court and has therefore been dissolved;
(f) the request was received by the central electoral committee on the same day as another request for registration of an identical or largely similar appellation, unless this other request must be refused on one of the grounds referred to at (a) to (e) above.
(a) the political grouping has ceased to exist;
(b) the political grouping has made a request to this effect;
(c) the political grouping has been banned as an association by final decision of a court and has therefore been dissolved;
(d) no valid list of candidates was submitted for the previous election to the municipal council.