Minutes of Special Meeting of Board of Directors

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MINUTES SPECIAL MEETING

OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the _____________________________ Corporation was held at the Corporation's offices, located at _________________________________________, on ________, ____, at ____ __.m.

The following directors, which constitute the entire membership of the Board of Directors, were present:

___________________ served as Chairperson of the meeting, and ________________ served as Secretary of the meeting. The Secretary read a waiver of notice of the meeting, which had been signed by each director, after which the Secretary was directed to attach a copy of the waiver with the minutes of the meeting. The Chairperson announced that a quorum was represented as required by the bylaws of the Corporation and necessary for the Board to conduct business, and the meeting was duly convened. After it was moved, seconded, and fully discussed, the following resolution was adopted:

There being no further business to conduct, the meeting was adjourned.

______________________________

Secretary

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