An account where official proceedings are recorded.
A minute book refers to a book kept by the clerk of a court for recording a summary of all the judicial orders in a proceeding. The records are identified by case numbers.
It also refers to a record of official actions taken at a meeting of a board of directors or of the stockholders of a corporation.
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