| Commentary

217.1 Voting by creditors

| Commentary

217 Voting in creditors’ decision procedure

217.1 Voting by creditors

A creditor is only entitled to vote if a proof of debt has been duly lodged, and his claim has been admitted for the purpose of entitlement to vote1. A creditor may not vote in respect of a debt for an unliquidated amount or any debt the value of which is not ascertained except where the chairman agrees to put upon the debt an estimated minimum value for the purpose of entitlement to vote and admits his proof for that purpose.

The chairman has power to admit or

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