Lord Moray's Feu
Georgian Gardens Of Edinburgh
Unless otherwise instructed, the proxy may vote as he / she thinks fit or abstain from voting.
After completion, please return this form to Whitelaw Wells office at 9 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6AT, to arrive not later than 4.00pm on 30 July 2021 or on arrival at the meeting. Proxy forms will not be accepted unless validated prior to the commencement of the meeting.
If you wish to appoint a proxy please read the notes below
1/ Insert your full name here in block capitals.
2/ Insert the address of the property to which title is recorded in the Sasine Register / registered in the Land Register in your name.
3/ You may appoint anyone to be your proxy and that person need not be a Feuar. For convenience, the Chair of the meeting will be willing to be your proxy. If you wish to appoint the Chair you need not change this part of the form.
If you wish to appoint someone else as your proxy you should:
4/ The resolutions to be voted on at the meeting are referred to on the form of proxy. You may instruct your proxy how to vote on each of the resolutions by ticking the appropriate box opposite the resolution:
In the absence of instructions in relation to the specified resolutions the proxy may exercise his / her discretion as to which way to vote on your behalf or whether to abstain from voting on the resolutions. Unless instructed otherwise a proxy has the same discretion in relation to any other matter which arises at the meeting.
A form of proxy may be revoked by written notice delivered to the Secretaries no later than the commencement of the Extraordinary General Meeting
5/ The form should be signed and dated. In the case of joint proprietors, any one of them may sign but only one proxy per eligible property may be lodged. If more than one proxy form is received for an eligible property the proxy from the first named party on the title will be accepted in preference to all others. If necessary, someone else may sign the form on your behalf. In that case a copy of the authority under which the form is signed must be sent with the form. If a proxy is being appointed by an attorney the power of attorney must be sent with the form, unless it has been previously lodged with the Secretaries. If a corporation is appointing the proxy the form must be either under seal or under the hand of an officer or other person duly authorised in writing.