Q&A: Voting by Proxy

Posted on: November 29, 2016
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Q&A: Voting by Proxy

Q: At a regular monthly meeting of a seven-member HOA board, where four members present constitute a quorum, can one of the absent members give her proxy to one of the four attending members to vote on specific issues on the board’s agenda?

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