Corporate‎ > ‎

Statement of Unanimous Written Consent to Action Taken In Lieu of the Annual Meeting of the Board Of Directors


Overview
- The Statement of Unanimous Consent is used to memorialize action taken by a Board of Directors in lieu of a formal meeting.  
- This document is used to memorialize action taken by a board of directors without the need for a formal meeting.  
- In spite of the fact that a meeting is not taking place, some record needs to be made of the action being taken.  

When You Need It
- To memorialize an action taken by a board of directors of a company in lieu of a meeting.  
- The document is prepared and then kept with the other important corporate documents.


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and state of incorporation of the corporation.
- Name of each director being appointed (or amend to refer to the action being taken).
- Name of director signing the consent.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the document.
- To draft another Statement of Unanimous Written Consent.