The first thing it must do is keep a record of any decision made (usually in minute books). There is no requirement to note all discussions during the meeting.
As with sending notices for meetings the type of strata scheme determines how it must notify its owners of the decisions.
If the strata scheme is a large scheme then it must give a copy to each owner and executive committee member and display a copy on the notice board (if it is required to have one).
If the strata scheme is not a large scheme the owners corporation must place a copy of the minutes or resolutions on its notice board (if it is required to have one). If the does not have a notice board a copy must be given to each owner and executive committee member.
Curiously there are no provisions for the minutes or resolutions to be sent by electronic means.
Any minutes or resolutions sent must be done within 7 days of the meeting or the resolution being made.
Where the minutes or resolutions are placed on any notice board they are to remain there for not less than 14 days.