323. Power of Court to order meeting

(1) This section applies if for any reason it is impracticable—
(a) to call a meeting of a company in any manner in which meetings of that company may be called, or
(b) to conduct the meeting in the manner prescribed by the company's articles or these Regulations.
(2) The Court may, either of its own motion or on the application—
(a) of a director of the company, or
(b) of a member of the company who would be entitled to vote at the meeting,
order a meeting to be called, held and conducted in any manner the Court thinks fit.
(3) Where such an order is made, the Court may give such ancillary or consequential directions as it thinks expedient.
(4) Such directions may include a direction that one member of the company present at the meeting be deemed to constitute a quorum.
(5) A meeting called, held and conducted in accordance with an order under this section is deemed for all purposes to be a meeting of the company duly called, held and conducted.