Q&A - AGM Minutes


Our Landlord does not issue the AGM minutes once the AGM has taken place to residents at all. Are they obliged to send the minutes to the Leaseholders/Tenants? Can I request a copy of them?

This is a private Company. Any advice would be appreciated.



The minutes must be available for inspection by a shareholder free of charge (section 358(3), CA 2006) and the shareholder is entitled to a copy of the minutes on payment of a fee prescribed by the company (section 358(4), CA 2006). Meaning as long as the residents are shareholders they are entitled to receive a copy.

Mary-Anne Bowring, Managing Director at The Ringley Group

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