| Commentary

219 Proxies

| Commentary

219 Proxies

A proxy is an authority given by a person to another person to attend a meeting and speak vote abstain or propose resolutions as his representative. Creditors may attend and vote either in person or by proxy1. A proxy for a corporation must be duly authorised by, and must produce, a resolution of the company (or other corporation) duly appointing him which must be under seal or certified to be a true copy by the company secretary or a director2. A form of proxy must be sent to the creditors with the notice summoning the meeting3, and no

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