What is the legal definition of Proxies?
In the legal context, Proxies means (a) An individual authorized to act for another. A Proxy acts as a substitute or a representative. A Proxy can be authorized to vote for a shareholder of a corporation. In some states, a Proxy can be authorized to make health care decisions for another. (b) The document which authorizes an individual to act for another.
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