Updated: Aug 20, 2021

Details of business to be transacted at a meeting, made out by the person calling the meeting or the secretary appointed to do so. The agenda paper is frequently sent out to those invited to attend and is sometimes accompanied by an invitation to appoint a representative to act or vote for the recipient if he cannot attend personally – as frequently happens in meetings held by companies. Certain company meetings called to discuss matters affecting the rights of members require special notice. These matters must be detailed, as required by the 1985 Companies Act, in the agenda accompanying the notice of the meeting.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.

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