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If a councillor is found to have a DPI after a Parish Meeting vote to buy something can that vote be challenged and another vote taken at another Parish Meeting
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There is a vast difference between a parish meeting and a parish council meeting.  If a councillor has failed to declare a disclosable pecuniary interest at a parish council meeting, then that could be a criminal offence.  Your course of action is a complaint to your monitoring officer.  I have never heard of a vote being overturned because of a failure to declare a DPI by one councillor.
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