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Hi,
My board voted in a special assessment and annual assessment increase of 25% without sending absentee ballots. They used proxies as well. Is the vote valid? If not, what should I do?

Hi Denise!
Call the sheriff? Just kidding. Get out your bylaws and read them carefully. Every place you find a violation write it down. Then write the board a letter asking for an explanation. If they have violated the governing documents and they do not correct the vote, then you may have to contact an attorney.

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Question submitted by Denise on August 4, 2013