MemberFebruary 5, 2022 at 12:58 pm
Posted : 23/09/2021 4:54 pm
The big takeaway for me from your comments is that meeting minutes contain information that has legal ramifications.
So it’s important that they are accurate.
In fact, I am supposed to be a signing officer, at least that was my recollection from when I took over the position of treasurer. But the meetings don’t state this.
The manager writes our minutes. So that could have been an intentional omission!
More likely just not competent. However, the minutes of the last meeting are supposed to be approved by a majority vote of the board (or the corporation at a general meeting) at the next meeting, attesting that the minutes are an accurate record of the decisions at the earlier meeting.
This post was modified 2 months ago by MarkH