If the return envelope does not contain both a valid postal vote certificate and a ballot paper or the envelope containing the ballot paper referred to in section M 6, subsection 1 (d), or if the declaration by the voter on the postal vote certificate that he has completed the ballot paper personally has not been signed, the chairperson shall put the relevant papers back into the return envelope without examining the ballot paper or opening the envelope containing the ballot paper, and shall set the envelope aside, after having sealed it.
If two or more ballot papers or envelopes containing ballot papers are sent in one return envelope, the chairperson shall put all the ballot papers or envelopes containing ballot papers and postal vote certificates back into the return envelope without examining the ballot papers or opening the envelopes containing ballot papers, and shall set the envelope aside, after having sealed it.
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