Section 5311.22 | Voting.
(A) Unless otherwise provided in the declaration or bylaws, each unit owner may exercise that percentage of the total voting power of all unit owners on any question for which the vote of unit owners is permitted or required that is equivalent to the undivided interest in the common elements appurtenant to the owner's unit.
(B) Fiduciaries who are owners of record of a unit or units may vote their respective interests as unit owners. Unless otherwise provided in the declaration or bylaws, if two or more persons, whether fiduciaries, tenants in common, or otherwise, own undivided interests in a unit, each person may exercise the proportion of the voting power of all of the owners of the unit that is equivalent to the person's proportionate undivided interest in the unit.
(C) A fiduciary for a unit owner or of the estate of a unit owner may vote as though the fiduciary were the unit owner when the fiduciary has furnished to the unit owners association proof, satisfactory to it, of the fiduciary's appointment and qualification as an executor under the last will of a deceased unit owner, an administrator of the estate of a deceased unit owner, a guardian, committee, or conservator of the estate of a minor or incompetent who is a unit owner, a trustee in bankruptcy of a unit owner, a statutory or judicial receiver or liquidator of the estate or affairs of a unit owner, or an assignee for the benefit of creditors of a unit owner.
(D) When any fiduciary or representative of a unit owner who is not described in division (C) of this section has furnished the unit owners association with satisfactory proof of authority, that person may vote as though a unit owner.
Available Versions of this Section
- July 20, 2004 – House Bill 135, 125th General Assembly [ View July 20, 2004 Version ]