Minutes: first board of directors' meeting

Standard minutes for a first director's meeting, suitable for use in any limited company. It is essential to get company minutes correct in order to proceed correctly. If it is wrong, then bank and tax arrangements may become invalid and contracts may be difficult to enforce.
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About this document

This document is suitable for anyone managing a limited company.

Company minutes are a very important matter. It is essential to proceed correctly. If they are wrong, then bank and tax arrangements may become invalid and contracts may be difficult to enforce. Use these standard minutes to ensure you get it right.

Application and features

  • Suitable for any type of limited company.

Contents

  • Standard minutes of a first director’s meeting;
  • Explanatory notes to guide you;
  • Document and notes in plain English.
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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Australian law.

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