Written Ballot vs. Proxies

Planned communities and condominiums (I’ll refer to both types of communities as community associations) are very much like small countries. The board of directors is the government, the declaration, bylaws, and rules serve as the constitution (along with a few state statutes), and the members are the citizens. Much like a country, one of the most important functions of a community association is to properly conduct a vote and one of the most important obligations of a member is to properly cast a vote. Unfortunately, many member votes are improperly held or receive little member participation. One common reason is the confusion between written ballots and proxies.   Read the article…………..


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