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Title Home Owners' Association Voting Proxy Limitations
Status Governor Signed (03/21/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Housing
House Sponsors K. Ransom (R)
E. Hooton (D)
Senate Sponsors
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee Local Government
Date Introduced 01/18/2022
Summary

Under current law, a unit owner living in a common interest
community (community) may grant another unit owner in the community

a proxy to vote on behalf of the first unit owner at a unit owners'
association (association) meeting. The proxy may be granted for any
purpose and for multiple association meetings, and automatically
terminates after 11 months unless the proxy itself provides for an earlier
or later termination date.
The bill limits the duration of a proxy to 11 months and requires
that the proxy state the specific association meeting and specific matters
for which it is granted. For the proxy holder to vote at a different meeting
or on different matters than the ones stated in the proxy, the proxy holder
must seek further authorization. The bill also requires that for associations
with 50 or more units, a proxy holder cannot hold proxies representing
more than 5% of the units unless proxies representing more than 5% of
the units are granted solely for the purpose of establishing a quorum for
an association meeting.

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