20. Adjournment by chairman

(1) The chairman may (and must if it is so resolved) adjourn for not more than 14 days —
(a) any meeting of creditors in administration or where there is a Deed of Company Arrangement, but subject to the direction of the Court;
(b) any meeting in a creditors' voluntary winding up or a compulsory winding-up where the adjournment is with a view to obtaining the attendance of any person referred to in Section 255(2)(a) to (e) (Duty to co-operate with Office-holder) who is not in attendance; and
(c) any other meeting in a creditors' voluntary winding-up or a compulsory winding-up, but subject to the direction of the Court and to paragraph 22 (Adjournment of meetings to remove a liquidator) of Part 7 (Adjournment and suspension) of this Schedule.
(2) Further adjournment under this Schedule must not be to a day later than 14 days after the date on which the meeting was originally held (subject to any direction by the Court).
(3) If a meeting is adjourned, the chairman must, as soon as reasonably practicable, unless for any reason the chairman thinks it unnecessary or impracticable, deliver notice of the adjournment in an insolvent or compulsory winding-up, to any such person referred to in Section 255(2)(a) to (e) (Duty to co-operate with Office-holder) who did not attend the meeting as the chairman thinks fit.