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66.—(1) A proxy-holder shall not vote in favour of any resolution which would directly or indirectly place him, or any associate of his, in a position to receive any remuneration of the assets of the protected energy company, unless the proxy specifically directs him to vote that way.
(2) Where a proxy-holder has signed the proxy as being authorised to do so by his principal and the proxy specifically directs him to vote in the way mentioned in paragraph (1), he shall nevertheless not vote in that way unless he produces to the chairman of the meeting written authorisation from his principal sufficient to show the proxy-holder was entitled so to sign the proxy.
(3) This Rule applies also to any person acting as chairman of a meeting and using proxies in that capacity in accordance with Rule 63(3); and in the application of this Rule to any such person, the proxy-holder is deemed an associate of his.
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