When should limited proxies or secret ballots be used

Q: I know secret ballots must be used for members present to elect directors. Just after the first of the year, our condo association had to vote on a material alteration. I attended the meeting rather than send a limited proxy so I could vote in secret. But they would only give me a limited proxy to vote. Shouldn’t I have been given a ballot?     Read the Q&A………………

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