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HOA Voting: What You Need To Know About Proxies & How To Use Them

Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 12, 2017 8:00:00 AM

A proxy is a document authorizing a person to act on behalf of another person. When it comes to HOA voting, this means that a unit or homeowner may authorize someone else to represent them at an HOA meeting and to vote on their behalf. Details common to a proxy form include the date and time of the meeting and a statement declaring authorization. The purpose of a proxy is to give representation to owners who are unable to attend a meeting and for association members to have a better understanding of how the overall membership feels about a certain issue.

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Topics: Board Education, HOA Voting, HOA Management

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