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legality on signing a board resolution

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1 legality on signing a board resolution on Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:02 pm

len_rev


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may i ask please if a board resolution is supposed to be signed by all board members and if it is required to have it notarized? or can the corporate secretary just sign the board resolution?

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2 Re: legality on signing a board resolution on Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:08 pm

attyLLL


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a board resolution is supposed to be recorded in the minutes of a meeting of the board of directors. the sec cert merely quotes from these minutes. It is not required to be notarized, but has greater weight when it is. that's the by the book answer.


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3 are the signatures of board members required? on Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:54 pm

len_rev


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thank you for your reply.... do the board members have to sign the minutes of the board meeting which was prepared by the corporate sec or just the corporate sec's signature is required?

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4 Re: legality on signing a board resolution on Sun Mar 06, 2011 3:53 pm

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minutes are not invalid if they are not signed but have greater evidence of authenticity if they are.


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5 resolution of minutes...HELP! on Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:23 pm

harveigh


Arresto Menor
Good evening atty!
I just want your advice on this:
I'm the newly appointed secretary in our church organization and it is all over visayas and mindanao. I replaced the secretary who just passed away and she was the only one who knew the previous records and the flow of everything. The bulky files were handed to me and I was totally puzzled since there's no soft copy of everything. The head of the org asked me to review the previously passed resolutions so that it will never be new resolutions again. My question is, was the resolution passed, like more than 20 years ago be considered effective if there would be same motion raised today?...and how long should the resolution will last?...(just to give you the info, the minutes dates include as early as 1980) You're advice would help us a lot. thanks! GOdbls.

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