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67.—(1) Where a person is authorised under section 375 of the Companies Act to represent a corporation at a meeting of creditors or of the protected energy company, he shall produce to the chairman of the meeting a copy of the resolution from which he derives his authority.
(2) The copy resolution must be executed in accordance with the provisions of section 36B(2) of the Companies Act, or certified by the secretary or a director of the corporation to be a true copy.
(3) Nothing in this Rule requires the authority of a person to sign a proxy on behalf of a principal which is a corporation to be in the form of a resolution of that corporation.
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