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Can a proxy holder be found liable for his vote in an HOA? Or would it be the homeowner who gave the proxy?

February 1, 2011 by admin  
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Question by critical sister: Can a proxy holder be found liable for his vote in an HOA? Or would it be the homeowner who gave the proxy?

Say a homeowners’ association member gives his proxy to another member,who then casts a vote for something which is contrary to the CC& R’s or Corp Code rules. Can either be held liable, and if so, is it the proxy giver or the proxyholder? Or both?

Best answer:

Answer by wizjp
Depends on the wording of the proxy. As a rule. the person casting the vote.

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One Response to “Can a proxy holder be found liable for his vote in an HOA? Or would it be the homeowner who gave the proxy?”
  1. Amund . says:

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