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I am on a condo board and we allow
proxy votes as part of our annual
election. We are in Massachusetts but
an owner living in Greece signed with
European date 8/10/2016 when we
mean October 8th. Should this be
ruled valid or invalid?
Asked on October 8, 2016 under Business Law, Massachusetts
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
The law allows you to write the date either way: there is nothing illegal or invalid under the law generally to date a document that way. Your associations/community's rules or bylaws could require dating in one format or another; but if they don't put an restrictions on it, the owner could legally date it the way he did.
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