| Commentary

31 Choice of procedure

| Commentary

31 Choice of procedure

Where it is available, and it is likely that there will be no significant objection by creditors, it seems likely that most office holders will choose the deemed consent procedure (though they do not have to). The downside of this is that the notice has to be accurate and that there is no scope for amendment or rethinking as there would be in a meeting.

The office holder can always choose instead to use a decision procedure (other than a physical meeting) and might choose to if there is doubt about the creditors’ views (he must do

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