HOA HOMEFRONT: Voting by proxy

Association election contests can be controversial – and proxies all too often add to the controversy.  What is a proxy? A proxy is a document by which one association member authorizes another to vote for him or her. Unless banned by governing documents, proxies are allowed in non-profit mutual benefit corporations under Corporations Code 7613 and Civil Code 5130.    Read the Q&A………….


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