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59.—(1) A minute of proceedings at a meeting of the creditors or members of a water company called or summoned by the special administrator, and signed by a person described as having, or appearing to have, presided at the meeting (for example, by being described as chair or chairman of the meeting), is admissible in special administration proceedings without further proof.
(2) The minute is prima facie evidence that—
(a)the meeting was duly convened and held;
(b)resolutions passed at the meeting were properly passed; and
(c)the proceedings recorded in the minutes took place.
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