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The strangest question just crossed my mind, so I thought I would float it here:

When you borrow someone's stock to sell it short, you have to pay them dividends for the privilege. But what happens when the shareholders' meeting comes around? Do you have to print up a prospectus for the person you borrowed the stock from? How is that person to vote their shares? Where do they get their tickets to the meeting, and their nifty 10%-off coupons?
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