[(1) This section applies where, for the purposes of this Group of Parts, a person (“P”) seeks a decision from an individual's creditors about any matter.
(2) The decision may be made by any creditors' decision procedure P thinks fit, except that it may not be made by a creditors' meeting unless subsection (3) applies.
(3) This subsection applies if at least the minimum number of creditors request in writing that the decision be made by a creditors' meeting.
(4) If subsection (3) applies, P must summon a creditors' meeting.
(5) Subsection (2) is subject to any provision
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