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By CondoAssociation.com • October 19, 2017

POA owners name relatives as voting proxy for board meetings

In an upcoming Annual Owners Meeting the Board has received two requests to name a relative as their proxy to vote at the meeting. Each named relative holds Durable Power of Attorney for the Owner. Does that POA constitute authority to hold the Proxy for Owner? Our Bylaws are only specific to the point: Only a condominium Owner in good standing may hold a Proxy for another Owner. Condo complex located Rockport, Texas

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