Corporate Proxy Free

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Last updated   2020-04-01 14:22:27
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When a stockholder for a corporation wants to permit another individual to vote their shares, they can use this document. The stockholder can use this document in any state but has to notarize the document in order to validate it.

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Document overview Document Overview

When a corporation's stockholder (a person holding stocks or corporation shares) grants the proxy to vote on its own shares, this Corporate Proxy may be used. This document is also known as a Proxy Form or Proxy Agreement. A Corporate Proxy has to be notarized. In other words, it means that the parties will have to go to a notary to witness the signature, in order to be considered valid.

The document contains information on whether the stockholder lets the proxy vote on their discretion, or they have to vote a certain way as a stockholder decided. The document will also revoke any prior proxy designations for this current one to be valid.

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How to use this document How to use this document

When a stockholder for a corporation wants to permit another individual to vote their shares, they can use this document. The stockholder can use this document in any state but has to notarize the document in order to validate it.

The document includes the name and address of the stockholder, as well as the name of the corporation and any identifying information of the proxy. Then the stockholder must indicate whether the proxy has to vote a certain way to any issue and when the proxy will become valid.

A completed document should be printed, signed by the stockholder, and notarized. The copies should be kept by the stockholder, the proxy, and the corporation.

Applicable law Applicable law

In the US, specific-state laws govern Proxy forms. Also, they are subject to the bylaws of the individual corporation.
 

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