36. Appointment of proxy-holders

(1) A proxy-holder must be an individual aged 18 or over.
(2) A proxy may be given for use only at a particular meeting.
(3) A principal may appoint more than one person to be proxy-holder at a particular meeting; but if so —
(a) their appointment is as alternates;
(b) the order in which they are authorised to be proxy-holder must be specified in the appointment; and
(c) only one of them may act as proxy-holder for that principal at the meeting.
(4) A proxy shall be given to the chairman of the meeting in question and a person given a proxy under this paragraph may not refuse it.