Marginal note:Votes according to amount of claim
64. (1) In the case described in section 63, regard shall, with respect to creditors, be had as to the amount of the debt due to each creditor and with respect to shareholders or members, as to the number of votes conferred on each shareholder or member by law or by the regulations of the company.
Marginal note:Preliminary proof
(2) The court may prescribe the mode of preliminary proof of creditors' claims for the purpose of any meeting directed to be held under section 63.
- R.S., c. W-10, s. 64.
Marginal note:Court may summon creditors to consider any proposed compromise
65. Where any compromise or arrangement is proposed between a company in the course of being wound up under this Act and the creditors of the company, or by and between any of those creditors or any class or classes of those creditors and the company or is proposed by the liquidator, the court, in addition to any other of its powers, may, on the application, in a summary way, of any creditor or of the liquidator, order that a meeting of those creditors or class or classes of creditors be summoned in such manner as the court shall direct.
- R.S., 1985, c. W-11, s. 65;
- 1996, c. 6, s. 151.
Marginal note:Sanction of compromise
66. If a majority in number, representing three-fourths in value, of the creditors or class or classes of creditors referred to in section 65, present either in person or by proxy at the meeting summoned under that section, agree to any arrangement or compromise, the arrangement or compromise may be sanctioned by an order of the court, and in such case is binding on all the creditors or on the class or classes of creditors, as the case may be, and also on the liquidator and contributories of the company.
- R.S., c. W-10, s. 66.
Marginal note:Chairman of meeting
67. In directing meetings of creditors, contributories, shareholders or members of a company to be held as provided in this Act, the court may either appoint a person to act as chairman of the meeting or direct that a chairman be appointed by the persons entitled to be present at the meeting, and, in the event the appointed chairman fails to attend the meeting, the persons present at the meeting may elect a qualified person as chairman who shall perform the duties prescribed by this Act.
- R.S., c. W-10, s. 67.
Marginal note:Voting to be in person or by proxy
68. No creditor, contributory, shareholder or member of a company shall vote at any meeting unless present personally or represented by a person acting under a written authority, filed with the chairman or liquidator, to act as the representative at the meeting, or generally.
- R.S., c. W-10, s. 68.
69. and 70. [Repealed, 1996, c. 6, s. 152]
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