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74.—(1) Subject as follows, in PPP administration proceedings, any person stating himself in writing, in records kept by the court for that purpose, to be a creditor or member of the PPP company is entitled, at his own cost, to attend in court or in chambers at any stage of the proceedings.
(2) Attendance may be by the person himself, or his solicitor.
(3) A person so entitled to attend may request the court in writing to give him notice of any step in the PPP administration proceedings; and, subject to his paying the costs involved and keeping the court informed as to his address, the court shall comply with the request.
(4) If the court is satisfied that the exercise by a person of his rights under this rule has given rise to costs for the assets of the PPP company which would not otherwise have been incurred and ought not, in the circumstances, to be paid out of those assets, the court may direct that the costs be paid by the person concerned, to an amount specified.
(5) Where the court makes a direction under paragraph (4) in relation to a person, the rights of that person under this rule shall be in abeyance so long as those costs are not paid.
(6) The court may appoint one or more persons to represent the creditors or the members of a PPP company, or any class of them, to have the rights conferred by this rule, instead of the rights being exercised by any or all of them individually.
(7) If two or more persons are appointed under paragraph (6) to represent the same interest, they must (if at all) instruct the same solicitor.
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