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22.—(1) Any person who is willing to act as a director, and is permitted by law to do so, may be appointed to be a director—
(a)by ordinary resolution, or
(b)by a decision of the directors.
(2) In any case where, as a result of death, the company has no members and no directors, the personal representatives of the last member to have died have the right, by notice in writing, to appoint a person to be a director.
(3) For the purposes of paragraph (2), where 2 or more members die in circumstances rendering it uncertain who was the last to die, a younger member is deemed to have survived an older member.
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