Avoid Voting Proxy Pitfalls
Most state laws require community associations to allow their members to vote by proxy when they can’t or don’t want to attend a meeting in person. For many, this is helpful because using proxies can allow absentee owners—including those who might reside out of state part of the year—to cast a vote that might otherwise have been lost. It can also help an association meeting reach a quorum so that business can proceed.
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