A member of the creditors' committee may, in relation to the business of the committee, be represented by another person duly authorised by the member for that purpose1.
A person acting as a committee member's representative must hold a letter of authority entitling that person to act, either generally or specially, and authenticated2 by or on behalf of the committee member3. A proxy or an instrument conferring authority (in respect of a person authorised to represent a corporation) is to be treated as a letter of authority to act generally (unless the proxy or instrument conferring authority contains a statement
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