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    AvatarAlice In Wonderland
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    We have loads of ongoing issues at our complex, with confusing emails piling up every day.
    Is it legal to hold an informal meeting where we can discuss these issues face to face?

    Can we meet for a coffee and chat, or do I need to have an agenda, take attendance and minutes etc?

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    Jimmy-TJimmy-T
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    Informal meetings are a terrific idea – and no, you don’t need an agenda or minutes.

    You can use them to decide on what should be on the agenda of the next meeting or to have a relaxed chat with a resident who has raised an issue.  A lot of good work can be done, just as long as you remember that decisions made need to be formalised at some point, via a properly constituted meeting with agendas and minutes.

    And do it openly, otherwise someone will accuse you of having secret meetings with sinister intent.

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