(1) The report of the independent assessor must state his opinion whether—
(a) the procedures adopted in connection with the poll or polls were adequate;
(b) the votes cast (including proxy votes) were fairly and accurately recorded and counted;
(c) the validity of members' appointments of proxies was fairly assessed;
(d) the notice of the meeting complied with section 325 (notice of meeting to contain statement of rights to appoint proxy);
(e) section 326 (company-sponsored invitations to appoint proxies) was complied with in relation to the meeting.
(2) The report must give his reasons for the opinions stated.
(3) If he is unable to
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