27. Creditors' voting rights at meetings
(1) A creditor is entitled to vote at a meeting of creditors only if —
(a) there has been delivered to the convener —
(i) in an administration or administrative receivership or under a Deed of Company Arrangement, details; or
(ii) in a creditors' voluntary winding-up or a compulsory winding-up, a proof,
(b) the details were or proof was delivered to the convener —
(i) not later than 12.00 noon on the business day before the day fixed for the meeting; or
(ii) later than that time but the chairman of the meeting is satisfied that that was due to circumstances beyond that person's control; and
(c) the claim has been admitted for the purposes of entitlement to vote; and
(d) there has been delivered to the convener any proxy intended to be used on behalf of that person.
(2) A debt is claimed in accordance with this paragraph if it is claimed as due from the Company to the person seeking to be entitled to vote.
(3) The details delivered to the convener in an administrative receivership must state —
(a) the creditor's name and address, and, if a Company, its Company registration number;
(b) the total amount of the claim (including any applicable tax) as at the date of the appointment of the receiver, less all trade and other discounts available to the Company, or which would have been available to the Company but for the appointment, except for any discount for immediate or early settlement;
(c) whether or not that amount includes outstanding uncapitalised interest;
(d) particulars of how and when the debt was incurred by the Company;
(e) particulars of any security held, the date when it was given and the value which the creditor puts upon it;
(f) details of any reservation of title in relation to goods to which the debt refers; and
(g) the name, address and authority of the person making out the claim (if other than the creditor).
(4) The chairman of a meeting of creditors may call for any document or other evidence to be produced if the chairman thinks it necessary for the purpose of substantiating the whole or any part of a claim.