2015 Annual Meeting

21 August 2015


MEMBER PROXY

LAKE FOREST ASSOCIATION

If you will not be attending the resumption of the LFA 2015 General Meeting to be held on January 10, 2016, please copy and fill out this proxy, entering the appropriate information beside the “Ø  marks and either

(a) give it to someone who will be attending,

(b) copy-paste it and e-mail it to someone of your choosing attending the meeting, or

(c) copy-paste it and e-mail it to chair@lakeforestassociation.org .

Each property has one vote, provided dues payments are up-to-date. A member may vote up to three proxies received from others in addition to their own vote. If the proxy is e-mailed, an electronic signature (i.e., your entered name) is valid per UETA sec 2.8 (1999). This proxy will be used only if you do not come to the meeting. 

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The undersigned, being member(s) of the Lake Forest Association and the owner(s) of the property located at  Ø              , Chapel Hill, NC, 27514, hereby appoints as his/her/their proxy at the meeting of the membership of the Lake Forest Association to be held on January 10, 2016 (choose #1 or #2):

#1.   Ø             

             (Name of your proxy designee)


                                     – OR –                                   

#2.   Ø ___   another person, to be designated by the Lake Forest Association Board.  

Said proxy holder shall have the authority to vote the undersigned’s interest in all matters at that meeting, including but not limited to, adoption of amended By-laws and approval of the Slate of Directors.

The below named Lake Forest Association member in good standing affirms that this power may be revoked in writing at any time by notifying the Chair of the Association, or by the attendance of any of the below listed persons at the meeting.

Dated this Ø       day of  Ø                , 2016   

Signature:   Ø                  


Signature:   Ø

     

NOTE: one signature per parcel is adequate


 


 


08.21.15 by Chuck Henage @ 4:20 pm
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