—(1) The chairman of a meeting shall have the power to admit or reject a proof for the purpose of voting, but his decision shall be subject to appeal to the court.
(2) The application to the court by way of an appeal shall be filed within 14 days of the admission or rejection of the proof.
(3) If the chairman is in doubt whether the proof of a creditor should be admitted or rejected, he shall mark the proof as objected to and shall allow the creditor to vote, subject to the vote being declared invalid in the event of the objection being sustained.
(4) If on an appeal the chairman’s decision is reversed or varied, or a creditor’s vote is declared invalid, the court may order that another meeting be summoned, or make such other order as it thinks just.
(5) The chairman shall not be personally liable for costs incurred by any person in respect of an application to the court under this rule.