In a bankruptcy, a creditor is entitled to vote in a decision procedure or to object to a decision proposed using the deemed consent procedure1 only if:
(1) the creditor has delivered to the convener a proof of the debt claimed2, including any calculation of voting rights3;
(2) the proof was received by the convener: (a) not later than the decision date4, or in the case of a meeting, 4 pm on the business day5 before the meeting; or (b) in the case of a meeting, later than the time given in head (a) where the chair is content
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