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Guest george stevenson

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If the secretary/president puts out an agenda for a special Board of directors meeting and there are 2 items on the agenda to discuss should the minutes have the agreements made on the 2 items in writing even although agreements were made and motions are not made on the subjects.

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If the secretary/president puts out an agenda for a special Board of directors meeting and there are 2 items on the agenda to discuss should the minutes have the agreements made on the 2 items in writing even although agreements were made and motions are not made on the subjects.

Why are you having a special meeting to talk?

And do your bylaws authorize calling special meetings, and who calls them, and what notice must be given, and are those restrictions being followed?

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should the minutes have the agreements made on the 2 items in writing even although agreements were made and motions are not made on the subjects.

Yes. The fact that a formal motion was not made does not change the fact that an agreement (or two) was reached. But, without a motion, it might be difficult to determine just what was agreed upon.

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