Definition : Mandate - Mandator

Person who gives a mandate to another (the mandatary) to represent him in the performance of a legal act with a third party. A co-owner (the mandator) may grant to a mandatary the power to represent him at a general meeting of co-owners. This power and, if need be, the writing that records it, is called a proxy. The mandator may revoke the mandate he has granted at any time.

 

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Every co-owner should participate to all general meetings to ensure the general meeting can reach a quorum and therefore deliberate and take decisions. If you are unable to attend, or if you do not wish to participate, it is better to appoint a mandatary. He may thus represent you at the general meeting, by the means of a proxy you will give him. Remember that a proxy represents the ideal compromise to exercise your voting right.
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