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Why a Board Member Should Not Be Taking the Minutes

Minutes should reflect what happened at the meeting. After the minutes have been reviewed and approved they are the official record of what business took place at the meeting.

Boards pass resolutions at these meetings and these resolutions must be documented. When we talk of the duty of care, the terms due diligence come up. The minutes of the meeting will show what issues…

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Debi Peverill

Debi Peverill

I am a Canadian Chartered Accountant who is very interested in helping people make money and keep it away from the government without breaking any rules.

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