Every co-owner should participate to all meetings to ensure the meeting of co-owners can reach a quorum and therefore deliberate and take decisions. When a co-owner cannot go there, he can ask the person of his choice to represent him. The mandatary the one who receives the proxy is not necessarily another co-owner. It may be a person outside the co-ownership. The latter will thus be able to represent him in this meeting and vote in his place on all the questions on the agenda.
A written instrument is compulsory
Tacit mandate being excluded, you must give a written instrument to the mandatary of your choice if you wish to be represented at the Meeting. The latter, who will represent you and vote on your behalf during the general meeting, can be one of the directors of the co-ownership (in his personal capacity), another co-owner, a friend or a person totally foreign to the co-ownership.
The Civil Code of Quebec (C.c.Q.) provides that upon the publication of the declaration of co-ownership, the community of co-owners of an immovable constitutes a syndicate.This is necessary to reconcile the rights of each co-owner with the destination of the immovable. The syndicate acts as a legal person regrouping all the co-owners of the immovable.