The chair may (and must if it is so resolved) adjourn a meeting for not more than 14 days, but subject to any direction of the court1. Further adjournment must not be to a day later than 14 days after the date on which the meeting was originally held (subject to any direction by the court)2. However, if the chair of a meeting to remove the trustee in a bankruptcy is the trustee or the trustee's nominee and a resolution has been proposed for the trustee's removal, the chair must not adjourn the meeting without the consent of at
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