Final Form of Minutes

Reference Number: MTAS-1013
Tennessee Code Annotated
Reviewed Date: January 17, 2019
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The final minutes:

  • should be typewritten or written legibly in permanent ink;
  • should have a wide margin for corrections;
  • should not be defaced. Corrections should be made by bracketing the erroneous portions and stating corrections in the wide margin;
  • should be kept in book form. If in longhand, a bound book should be used; if typewritten, use a loose-leaf, lock minute book. If using the latter, number each page; and
  • should be signed, when approved, by the recorder and mayor.

 

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