By law, incorporated and registered firms are charged with having to keep a current minute book. These books are to be kept at a firm's official, registered office or legal address. They must be made accessible to every member of a firm.
A minute book is a binder or bound book that houses permanent and detailed accounts of deliberations and resolutions. Minute books are written in during a firm's official meetings or legal events. They also can be used in businesses to record the proceedings of meetings.
AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the standard form of corporate banking resolution furnished and required by the Bank is adopted, and the secretary is authorized to certify this adoption and is directed to place a copy of the corporate banking resolution in the minute book of the corporation.