What Are Matters Arising?

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Matters Arising is a term used to refer to issues/subjects put up for discussion in a current meeting which originated from the minutes of the previous meeting. These issues were not discussed in the previous meeting and so are up for discussion in the current one.
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Matters arising is used in reference to the business of a meeting which refers back to items discussed at a previous meeting. It contains a list of specific points to be discussed. During a meeting, it is the section where the bulk of the discussion as well as decisions in the meeting usually take place.
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