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Title 29Subtitle BChapter IVSubchapter APart 452


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR

CHAPTER IV—OFFICE OF LABOR-MANAGEMENT STANDARDS, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER A—LABOR-MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

PART 452—GENERAL STATEMENT CONCERNING THE ELECTION PROVISIONS OF THE LABOR-MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE ACT OF 1959

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Subpart A—GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

§452.1
Introductory statement.
§452.2
Application of union constitution and bylaws.
§452.3
Interpretations of constitution and bylaws.
§452.4
Investigatory provision—application.
§452.5
Effect of violation on outcome.
§452.6
Delegation of enforcement authority.
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Subpart B—OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE ACT AFFECTING TITLE IV

§452.7
Bill of Rights, title I.
§452.8
Trusteeship provisions, title III.
§452.9
Prohibition against certain persons holding office; section 504.
§452.10
Retaliation for exercising rights.
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Subpart C—COVERAGE OF ELECTION PROVISIONS

§452.11
Organizations to which election provisions apply.
§452.12
Organizations comprised of government employees.
§452.13
Extraterritorial application.
§452.14
Newly formed or merged labor organizations.
§452.15
Effect of trusteeship.
§452.16
Offices which must be filled by election.
§452.17
Officer.
§452.18
Constitutional officers.
§452.19
Executive functions.
§452.20
Nature of executive functions.
§452.21
Members of executive board.
§452.22
Delegates to a convention.
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Subpart D—FREQUENCY AND KINDS OF ELECTIONS

§452.23
Frequency of elections.
§452.24
Terms of office.
§452.25
Vacancies in office.
§452.26
Elections in local labor organizations.
§452.27
National, international organizations, and intermediate bodies.
§452.28
Unopposed candidates.
§452.29
Primary elections.
§452.30
Run-off elections.
§452.31
One candidate for several offices.
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Subpart E—CANDIDACY FOR OFFICE; REASONABLE QUALIFICATIONS

§452.32
Persons who may be candidates and hold office; secret ballot elections.
§452.33
Persons who may be candidates and hold office; elections at conventions.
§452.34
Application of section 504, LMRDA.
§452.35
Qualifications for candidacy.
§452.36
Reasonableness of qualifications.
§452.37
Types of qualifications.
§452.38
Meeting attendance requirements.
§452.39
Participation in insurance plan.
§452.40
Prior office holding.
§452.41
Working at the trade.
§452.42
Membership in particular branch or segment of the union.
§452.43
Representative categories.
§452.44
Dual unionism.
§452.45
Multiple office holding.
§452.46
Characteristics of candidate.
§452.47
Employer or supervisor members.
§452.48
Employees of union.
§452.49
Other union rules.
§452.50
Disqualification as a result of disciplinary action.
§452.51
Declaration of candidacy.
§452.52
Filing fee.
§452.53
Application of qualifications for office.
§452.54
Retroactive rules.
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Subpart F—NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICE

§452.55
Statutory provisions concerning nomination.
§452.56
Notice.
§452.57
Procedures for nomination.
§452.58
Self-nomination.
§452.59
Presence of nominee.
§452.60
Nominations for national, international or intermediate body office.
§452.61
Elimination contests—local unions.
§452.62
Disqualification of candidates; procedural reasons.
§452.63
Nominations at conventions.
§452.64
Write-in votes.
§452.65
Interval between nominations and election.
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Subpart G—CAMPAIGN SAFEGUARDS

§452.66
Statutory provisions.
§452.67
Distribution of campaign literature.
§452.68
Distribution to less than full membership.
§452.69
Expenses of campaign literature.
§452.70
Contents of literature.
§452.71
Inspection of membership lists.
§452.72
Period of inspection.
§452.73
Use of union funds.
§452.74
Expenditures permitted.
§452.75
Union newspapers.
§452.76
Campaigning by union officers.
§452.77
Permissible use of union funds.
§452.78
Expenditures by employers.
§452.79
Opportunity to campaign.
§452.80
Bona fide candidates.
§452.81
Rights in intermediate body elections.
§452.82
Reprisal for exercising rights.
§452.83
Enforcement of campaign safeguards.
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Subpart H—RIGHT TO VOTE

§452.84
General.
§452.85
Reasonable qualifications on right to vote.
§452.86
Vote conditioned on payment of dues.
§452.87
Dues paid by checkoff.
§452.88
Resumption of good standing.
§452.89
Apprentices.
§452.90
Visiting members.
§452.91
Voting by employers, supervisors.
§452.92
Unemployed members.
§452.93
Retired members.
§452.94
Reasonable opportunity to vote.
§452.95
Absentee ballots.
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Subpart I—ELECTION PROCEDURES; RIGHTS OF MEMBERS

§452.96
General.
§452.97
Secret ballot.
§452.98
Outside agencies.
§452.99
Notice of election.
§452.100
Use of union newspaper as notice.
§452.101
Sample ballots as notice.
§452.102
Notice in mail ballot election.
§452.103
Primary elections.
§452.104
Proximity of notice to election.
§452.105
Interference or reprisal.
§452.106
Preservation of records.
§452.107
Observers.
§452.108
Publication of results.
§452.109
Constitution of labor organization.
§452.110
Adequate safeguards.
§452.111
Campaigning in polling places.
§452.112
Form of ballot; slate voting.
§452.113
Sectional balloting.
§452.114
Write-in votes.
§452.115
Distribution of ballots.
§452.116
Determining validity of ballots.
§452.117
Majority of votes not required for election.
§452.118
Local unions agents in international elections.
§452.119
Indirect elections.
§452.120
Officers as delegates.
§452.121
Limitations on national or international officers serving as delegates.
§452.122
Delegates from intermediate bodies; method of election.
§452.123
Elections of intermediate body officers.
§452.124
Delegates from units which are not labor organizations.
§452.125
Delegates from labor organizations under trusteeship.
§452.126
Delegates to conventions which do not elect officers.
§452.127
Proportionate representation.
§452.128
Under-strength representation.
§452.129
Non-discrimination.
§452.130
Expenses of delegates.
§452.131
Casting of ballots; delegate elections.
§452.132
Proxy voting.
§452.133
Election of delegates not members of the labor organization.
§452.134
Preservation of records.
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Subpart J—SPECIAL ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS

§452.135
Complaints of members.
§452.136
Investigation of complaint by Office of Labor-Management Standards, court action by the Secretary.
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Subpart K—DATES AND SCOPE OF APPLICATION

§452.137
Effective dates.
§452.138
Application of other laws.


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