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Am I correct to think that:
a) there is no legal provision for proxies to be given to SC members to be used at a SC meeting;
b) there is provision for appointment of acting members to the SC, which can include existing SC members;
c) even if an existing SC member has an appointment as an acting member, that cannot be used to make up the numbers to form a quorum for an SC meeting?
For example, if the number of SC members was approved to be nine at the last AGM and only four were present at a meeting would there be a quorum if three of those in attendance had acting member appointments from absent members?
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