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Electronic Voting & Proxies:

Trevor Zeyl
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The article discusses the changes introduced by the updated Condominium Act in Ontario regarding voting methods in condominium owner meetings. It outlines the introduction of the Prescribed Proxy, which offers different options for proxy holders' roles, aiming to prevent proxy tampering and fraud. The article also explains electronic voting, which requires a bylaw to be passed, allowing owners to cast their votes via electronic means. It highlights the key differences between electronic proxies and electronic voting, including revocability, flexibility, and validity. The article emphasizes the importance of using both proxies and electronic voting methods to enhance owner participation.


Electronic voting, proxies, Condominium Act, Prescribed Proxy, property managers, governance, condominium industry, owner meetings, bylaw, proxy tampering, fraud, electronic proxies, voting methods, condominium owners, property management companies.

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Trevor Zeyl
Electronic Voting & Proxies:
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