A meeting is not competent to act unless a quorum is in attendance1. In the case of a meeting of creditors, a quorum is at least one creditor entitled to vote2. Where the requirements as to quorum are satisfied by the attendance of the chair alone or the chair and one additional person, but the chair is aware, either by virtue of proofs and proxies3 received or otherwise, that one or more additional persons would, if attending, be entitled to vote,
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