Votes are calculated according to the amount of each creditor's claim:
(1) in a bankruptcy, as set out in the creditor's proof1 to the extent that it has been admitted2;
(2) in a proposed individual voluntary arrangement3 where the debtor is not an undischarged bankrupt, at the date of the interim order, where there is an interim order in force or otherwise, at the decision date4, or where the debtor is an undischarged bankrupt, at the date of the bankruptcy order5.
A creditor may vote in respect of a debt of an unliquidated
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