[(1) On a vote on a resolution on a show of hands at a meeting, every proxy present who has been duly appointed by one or more members entitled to vote on the resolution has one vote.
This is subject to subsection (2).
(2) On a vote on a resolution on a show of hands at a meeting, a proxy has one vote for and one vote against the resolution if—
(a) the proxy has been duly appointed by more than one member entitled to vote on the resolution, and
(b) the proxy has been instructed by one
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