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COMPANY NUMBER: [insert company number]
[insert company name] [LIMITED OR PLC]
Minutes of a meeting of the board of directors (the Meeting) of [insert full name of company] (the Company)
Held at [insert place of meeting]
On [insert day, month and year of meeting] at [insert time of meeting] [am OR pm]
[Notice and quorum
[insert name] was appointed Chairperson of the Meeting. It was reported that proper notice of the Meeting had been given in accordance with the Company’s articles of association (the Articles) and that a quorum was present. Accordingly, the Chairperson declared the meeting open.]
[Business of the Meeting
The Chairperson reported that the purpose of the Meeting was to [approve OR ratify] the Company’s entry into [a OR certain] document[s].]
[Declaration of interests
[The Chairperson drew the attention of the Meeting to:
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