Company Resolution Agreements
Company Resolution Agreements are the formal means by which decisions are made by a meeting of company members. There are two types of resolutions: ordinary and special.
The Corporations Act 2001 requires many decisions that affect a company to be made by resolution, some of which must be by special resolution.
In addition, the constitution of a company may also require that other decisions be made by either an ordinary resolution or a special resolution. The minutes must be signed by the chair of the meeting at which the resolution was passed or by the chair of the next meeting. Non-compliance with these requirements could invalidate the outcome of the resolution.
These Company Resolution Agreements contains draft minutes