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The presence of a proxy helps establish a quorum in a meeting

Dear Polyakov,

Does a signed agent that can be used to exercise voting rights at a general meeting count to meet the quorum even if the person represented by the agent is not physically present at the meeting?

My HOA of 194 units has a quorum requirement of 30% of the annual membership meeting. At the last membership meeting, only 54 people were signed in to the attendee list. Only 54 souls attended the meeting. The quorum was said to exist because the chair requested a quorum and one of the attendees formally signed an agent from at least 25 local residents who were not present. Adding 54 gifts to 25 or more proxies totaled 79 or more, meeting the 59 quorum number. Is this justified?

The presence of a proxy helps establish a quorum in a meeting

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