minutes allows for creating meeting minutes, reviewing them and printing them. A release mechanism is part of it. An admin interface is available for configuring data in the DB. Currently available in English and German
The official (permanent) record of a court proceeding, e.g., what witnesses appeared, what motions were made, and what findings were reached. (See also transcript.)
Accurate record of the proceedings of a meeting in chronological order.
Official record of a corporate meeting.
A written record of the important events or transactions of a corporation, typically including all of the events taking place at both shareholders' meetings and directors' meetings. These records are usually kept in the corporation's minute book. Typical events documented in minutes include loans, signing important agreements or leases, adopting employee fringe benefits, and so on. It is equally important for LLC's to keep minutes of the same types of transactions as corporations.
A record of what takes place in court.
a written account of what transpired at a meeting
The record of a court or the written transactions of the members or board of directors of a corporation.
As a business owner, it is important that you keep your company compliant and in good standing with the state in which your company is formed. The minutes are a written record of all your company events, such as meetings, kept chronologically in a corporate/ LLC kit or book.
the written record of the transaction taken by or authorized by a board of directors or shareholders.
written record of what was agreed
Written records of formal proceedings of shareholders' and directors' meetings.
An accurate record of the proceedings (See Journal).
The formal written record of a meeting. Copies are circulated to attendees and those who apologised (and sometimes to other interested parties), and formally confirmed at the next meeting as being a true record.
A written record which details the events of the corporation. These records should be kept in the corporationâ€™s record book.
A written record of the proceedings of a committee. By Oregon statute, the official record of a meeting is the tape recording of its proceedings; the written record accompanying it serves as an index to the contents of the tapes.
The notes of the Recording Secretary at a Meeting for Worship for Business. These include a summary of discussions and routine approval of various items as well as the Minutes.
A written summary of Summit antics. (See " Summit".) MiSQA - Grammatically incorrect Acronym for Males in Sugar Quill
Notes taken during a meeting that summarize discussions and agreed actions.
The written record of proceedings of a deliberative body.
Memorandum of a transaction or proceeding.
a record, kept by the part clerk, of a court proceeding noting significant events
A written record of a meeting. They are required to file in the register of minutes of the company.
A written record of all actions taken during any meetings of the board of directors and/or shareholders. These records are stored in a corporate minutes book that must be kept at the corporation's principal office.
A written record of the events of a corporation, typically including all of the events taking place at both shareholders’ meetings and board of directors’ meetings. These records are usually kept in the corporations’ record book.
The corporate minutes are the written record of transactions taken or authorized by the board of directors or shareholders. These are usually kept in the corporate minute book in diary fashion.
Records of the proceedings of corporate meetings
Memoranda or notes of a transaction or proceeding. A memorandum of what takes place in the court, made by the attorney of the court.
The official record of a meeting. Most minutes include a short summary of the discussion along with any resolutions. Some minutes just contain a record of the decisions. Minutes are prepared by the secretaty of the meeting.
The official record of a meeting. Some minutes include a summary (not verbatim) of the discussion along with any resolutions. Other minutes just contain a record of the decisions. Minutes usually start off with the name of the organization, the place and date of the meeting and the name of those persons present. They are prepared by the corporate secretary and signed by either the president or secretary.
A written record of various meetings of the company, usually containing "Resolutions" which adopt some company action. Minutes are usually taken by the company Secretary or Manager and are placed in the corporation's kit or with the other records.
Memoranda of a proceeding made for permanent record, as, minutes of a meeting or trial.
A record of the actions taken at a committee meeting that serves as the official record of the meeting.
A record of the actions taken at acommittee meeting that serves as the officialrecord of the meeting.
Official documents maintained by the Saint Louis Art Museum recording the proceedings of all acquisition meetings.
records noting the entry, removal and dismissal of church members; alternatively used to refer to the notes taken at church council or vestry meetings.
A written record of the proceedings of directors, or shareholders, meetings. Usually a summary of the discussion at meetings and a record of formal resolutions passed. The minutes of a meeting are usually prepared by the secretary and then presented and approved at the next meeting and signed by the chairman. The completed minutes are prima facie (but not conclusive) evidence of the proceedings of the meetings.
The official record of the proceedings of a meeting, generally written by an organization's secretary and adopted by the assembly at the next meeting or a committee specifically appointed to adopt the minutes.