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I would like to know where or how to obtain a proxy for an

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I would like to know where or how to obtain a proxy for an association that we belong to
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1) Is this for voting purposes?
2) Is this for an HOA, corporation, etc?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes, it is for voting purposes. I wouldn't exactly call it a HOA but it does have to do with an association that was set up for land owners of a ranch that has been sub divided.

Thank you, Sharon.

I am including a simple proxy which should do the trick. Please feel free to modify it as needed:


hereby authorize to serve as my proxy (Name/Affiliation)
and to vote on my behalf at the meeting (Specify meeting) to be held on (Date)

This proxy is valid for:

____ All Matters voted on at the Meeting

____ Specific Issue/Matter: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you so much for your help!

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

In reference to the proxy I spoke to you about the other day. If a person owns a property with another person, and the other person is not able to be at the meeting, is a proxy needed for that person as well?

Hello friend,

Thank you for your follow up.

Generally speaking, it is one vote per property. If so, then one person of two people owning a property is only half. The proxy would then need a proxy document from BOTH owners.