(a) If only one of the multiple owners of a unit is present at a meeting of the association,
that person may cast the vote or votes allocated to that unit. If more than one of the multiple owners is present, the vote or votes allocated
to that unit may be cast only in accordance with the owners' unanimous agreement unless
the declaration provides otherwise. Multiple owners are in unanimous agreement if one of the multiple owners casts the
votes allocated to a unit and none of the other owners makes prompt protest to the
person presiding over the meeting.
(b) Votes allocated to a unit may be cast under a written proxy duly executed by a
unit owner. If a unit is owned by more than one person, each owner of the unit may vote or register
protest to the casting of votes by the other owners of the unit through a proxy duly
executed by the unit owner. A unit owner may not revoke a proxy given under this section except by giving actual
notice of revocation to the person presiding over a meeting of the association. A proxy is void if it is not dated or if it purports to be revocable without notice. A proxy terminates one year after its date unless it specifies a shorter or longer
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