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On an appeal against a decision of the chairman of a creditors’ meeting convened to approve administrators’ proposals, the Court of Appeal emphasised that the function of the judge when hearing the appeal was not merely to review the decision of the chairman, but to form his or her own view, based on the evidence and arguments advanced in court.
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