appointor


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appointor

a person to whom a power to nominate persons to take property is given by deed or will.

APPOINTOR. One authorized by the donor under the statute of uses, to execute a power. 2 Bouv. Ins. n. 1923.

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If the appointor is a corporation, this form must be affixed with its common seal or signed by its director(s) or duly authorised representative(s).
On the other hand, the incentives of the receiver and the appointor are not to maximize the value of the concern, but rather to realize the proceeds from a sale as quickly as possible at any value up to, but not necessarily above, the claim of the appointing creditor.
If new funds have to be invested, creditors, other than the appointor, may refuse to contribute, even though they might benefit, when those new borrowings will be junior to all other claims.
2) A proxy should be appointed by a written instrument signed by the appointor or his/her/its attorney.
proxy is signed by the attorney of the appointor, the power of attorney
is signed by the attorney of the appointor, the power of attorney or other authorisation document(s) of such attorney should be notarized.
Holder of H shares must deliver this proxy form and, if such proxy is signed by a person on behalf of the appointor pursuant to a power of attorney or other authority, a notarised copy of that power of attorney or other authority, to the Company's H Share registrar, Computershare Hong Kong Investor Services Limited at 17M Floor, Hopewell Center, 183 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong not less than 24 hours before the time scheduled for holding the AGM.