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BODY CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT (STANDARD MODULE) REGULATION 2008 - REG 107
(1) A voter for the general meeting may appoint a proxy to act for the person
at the general meeting.
(2) However, the body corporate may by special
resolution prohibit the use of proxies—
(a) for particular things described
in the special resolution; or
(3) An appointment under
subsection (1) has effect subject to the operation of a special resolution
under subsection (2) .
(4) A person must not hold—
(a) if there are 20 or
more lots included in the community titles scheme—proxies greater in number
than 5% of the lots; or
(b) if there are fewer than 20 lots included in the
scheme—more than 1 proxy.
(5) The appointment of a proxy is effective only
if the voter or the holder of the proxy gives, by hand, by post or by
facsimile, a properly completed proxy form to the secretary before—
start of the meeting where the proxy is to be exercised; or
(b) if the body
corporate has fixed an earlier time by which proxies must be given (that can
not, however, be earlier than 24 hours before the time fixed for the
meeting)—the earlier time.
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