an end to, at the appropriate time, those that may have been signed; to accept positions and participate in those governing boards and advisory boards of such entities collaborating in the management of Social Security. 16.- As regards procedural rules, to exercise all those actions that are available to the principal and to waive those brought. To appear before the ordinary and special Courts of Law and Tribunals of all levels and jurisdictions, in all manner of trials, as well as in any kind of voluntary jurisdiction cases, administrative and economic-administrative cases. Consequently, to enter into conciliation agreements, with or without composition settlements, to mediate in pre-court proceedings, to file relevant claims and to answer summons and notifications, to sue, contest or accept, and report or lodge complaints; to file statements and ratify them, request and obtain documents; to request the practice of any proceedings whatsoever including: indictments, imprisonment and releases from prison; to hear notifications, notices, citations and summons, to assert and challenge jurisdictions; to apply for joinder of claims; challenge judges, magistrates and court officials; to propose and examine evidence and submit depositions; to attend court appearances, hearings and meetings and speak and vote, including Meetings of Creditors in all manner of collective execution proceedings, and may take part in auctions and request the adjudication of goods in partial or total payment of the debt being claimed; to reach a composition in court and outside court, to file and pursue, to the end, the litigation or case through its particular proceedings, possible incidents and appropriate appeals, until such time as firm resolutions, decisions or judgments are obtained and enforced; to take responsibility for the money or goods that are subject to the procedure being followed and, in general, exercising in the name of the Company any rights that it may be entitled to. 17.- To compromise and refer to arbitrators all matters in respect of which they are empowered, either in any of the types of arbitration proceedings with the scope and under the requirements provided for in Spanish legislation on arbitration, or those types of arbitration proceedings characteristic of international commercial arbitration. 18.- To request that a Notary Public enter into record the minutes, and to serve and receive notices and notarial demands. 19.- To replace some or all of the foregoing powers by granting the relevant powers of attorney and to revoke all the powers granted, and to get copies of all kinds of records and deeds. 20.- To execute in public deeds the resolutions passed by the Shareholders in General Meeting, the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.
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