Absentee Ballot Voting (OH)

A common misconception about community association annual meetings is that owners may vote to elect board members prior to the annual meeting using an absentee ballot. Absentee ballot voting is not permitted, however, unless expressly authorized by the association’s governing documents. For example, if the association Bylaws (sometimes referred to as the Code of Regulations) allow potential candidates for the board to be nominated at the annual meeting or require that board members be elected “at a meeting” or “in person or by proxy,”     Read the article…………..


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