I attended an annual general meeting (AGM) held in the premises of the condominium where I live to see how residents elect council members.
I was in the counting room as a scrutineer. Besides the votes cast, there were batches of proxy forms some residents had acquired before the AGM from subsidiary proprietors willing to give them away.
I have a few questions about proxy forms: How many subsidiary proprietors can appoint the same proxy? Is a proxy form valid as an instrument of authority solely for resolutions? Or, can it be used in lieu of a voting slip to get a certain number of nominees at a time into the council?
Which authority would be able to address these issues?
Koh Kong Chia