This is could prove to be relevant to this board, re TSE,OPD and FDGMThis is a cross post, so please reply on the Ask a Foolish Question boardhttp://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=11591500The main text isHi backgroundAll the shares which "we" own that are not in an ISA are held in Mrs Ms name. This is for tax reasons, and I understand that they are Mrs Ms shares and she must get the benefit of the share income. i.e. it is not sufficent to say sign this form. She does however take advice from me and relies on me to manage our portfolios.Recently she named me as her proxy to attend a company AGM and to vote on her behalf.When I arrived at the AGM the registrars had given the proxy to the Chairman, whose named had been deleted from the proxy form and my name inserted to enable me to be her proxy at the AGM.It was only a small number of shares and the company permitted me to attend the AGM, and as a proxy I couldn't have asked questions in the meeting anyway. So no damage.QuestionHow do you check whether a proxy has been registered correctly, and what if any, remedies are there if the proxy should be refused admittance to say, a contenious meeting? Todate the only reply on ask a Foolish question is from another Foll who has come across the same problem.The key question is what is the remedy if the registrar has misapplied your proxy?TIA
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