(1) Subject to this section, an application to the court may be made, by any of the persons specified below, on one or both of the following grounds, namely—
(a) that a voluntary arrangement [which has effect under section 4A] unfairly prejudices the interests of a creditor, member or contributory of the company;
(b) that there has been some material irregularity at or in relation to [the meeting of the company, or in relation to the relevant qualifying decision procedure].
[(1A) In this section—
(a) the “relevant qualifying decision procedure” means the qualifying decision procedure in which the company's creditors decide whether to approve a voluntary arrangement;
(b) references to a decision made in the relevant qualifying decision procedure include any other decision made in that qualifying decision procedure.]
(2) The persons who may apply under [subsection (1)] are—
(a) a person entitled, in accordance with the rules, to vote at [the meeting of the company or in the relevant qualifying decision procedure];
[(aa) a person who would have been entitled, in accordance with the rules, to vote [in the relevant qualifying decision procedure] if he had had notice of it;]
(b) the nominee or any person who has replaced him under section 2(4) or 4(2); and
(c) if the company is being wound up or [is in administration], the liquidator or administrator.
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