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Guest M. Acevedo

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5 hours ago, Guest M. Acevedo said:

If board meeting minutes are normally signed by the board secretary but taken by an executive assistant, who should sign the minutes for a meeting at which the board secretary is absent?

It seems to me the executive assistant should sign them, and should also sign them when the secretary is present. It seems to me that the executive assistant is acting as the secretary, so far as RONR is concerned.

If some rule or law requires the Secretary to sign these minutes, then see what that rule or law says on this subject. If it is merely a custom, then it is at the board’s discretion.

5 hours ago, Joshua Katz said:

Whoever was the secretary pro tem.

Why bother electing a secretary pro tem? The person who performs the parliamentary duties of the secretary appears to still be present.

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