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What is Minutes

This is the name usually given to a report or written document of what has happened, or what was agreed and discussed, at a meeting. Minutes are used to record board meetings since it is a legal requirement that there is a written record of what has been discussed and agreed.

Minuets fall into two categories - those that must be recorded and others that are chosen to be recorded. The compulsory ones are stipulated by law.

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