| Commentary

243 Directed meetings

| Commentary

243 Directed meetings

Persons entitled to vote at the meetings of members or creditors may attend either in person or be represented by proxy1. Members or creditors of the company, which are themselves companies or corporations, may be represented at meetings of members or creditors by representatives appointed by their respective boards of directors, and such a representative may exercise the company’s or corporation’s rights to speak and vote2. It appears that proxies may both speak and vote at meetings of creditors or members.

The vote on the scheme at each meeting of members or creditors

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