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Document Overview

If you own a company, you are required by the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) to keep written records (minutes) of your members’ resolutions and meetings. A Shareholder Meeting Minutes allows you to do this. Your members are entitled to inspect these minutes should the need arise.

Use this Shareholder Meeting Minutes if:

  • You need a record of the official meeting, members in attendance, summary of the items discussed, proposed resolutions and outcomes of those resolutions.

What does the Shareholder Meeting Minutes cover?

  • Details of the meeting (date, time, location);
  • Member in attendance;
  • Chair of the meeting; and
  • Resolutions proposed and outcomes of these resolutions.

Other names for Shareholder Meeting Minutes include:

  • Annual General Meeting.
  • Icon Australiasuitable for all Australian states and territiores
  • Calendarlast updated November 2014
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