Can a Florida HOA Reject the Votes of a Tenant Proxyholder?

Question: I recently attended the annual meeting of my homeowners’ association. Many absentee owners sent in proxies. The association’s attorney advised the association to reject several proxies because they named a tenant as the proxyholder. The attorney said that only association members may serve as proxyholders. Is this true and should these proxies have been disregarded?    Read the Q&A………….


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