Corporate Resolutions record the major decisions taken by a corporation’s shareholders or board of directors during a meeting. While not always required, Corporate Resolutions are valuable because they indicate that the actions were taken by, and on behalf of, the corporation. Some Corporate Resolutions may be passed only by the Shareholders; others, only by the Board of Directors. Some must be passed by both groups. As a general rule all records, resolutions, and minutes of your corporation should be kept in your Corporate Minute Book maintained for no less than six years. Occasionally a Shareholder inspects the corporate records to ensure the corporation is operating in its best interests. Preserving these official documents long term is useful in the event that the actions of the Board of Directors are challenged.
To learn more, contact a Nevada Corporate Headquarters representative at 1-800-508-1729.