Here are two HOA proxies. Which one do you want your HOA to use? From Wayne Schiess, at his Legal Writing blog:
1. “In accordance with the Texas Nonprofit Corporation Act and the By-Laws of the Homeowners Association, the undersigned does hereby tender this proxy. The undersigned does hereby warrant that he/she is the sole owner of the hereinafter named property, or one of the owners of said property and after having consulted with the other owner/owners of said property, and in accordance with the agreement of said owners, warrants that he/she is entitled to vote on this matter in accordance with Article III of the By-Laws.”
Or, this one:
2. “If you can’t attend the homeowners association meeting, you can use this proxy. It’s like an absentee ballot: a form you mark and then sign to let the association’s secretary cast your vote at the meeting.
You can use this proxy only if you are the owner of this property:
To be the owner, you must fit one of these requirements:
1. You are the sole owner or
2. You are a joint owner and you have consulted with the other owner or owners and agreed with them on how to vote.”