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George Town, Grand Cayman – Effective 6
January 2014, Cayman Brac residents will have access to limited
General Registry services at the District Administration office in
Stake Bay. Persons will be able to file company annual returns,
make payments, and request certificates of good standing and
incorporation, and lists of directors and officers.
This new service is expected to save Brac business owners time
and money, as it will eliminate the need for them to fly to Grand
Cayman whenever they need to conduct those types of
'This initiative is highly anticipated by Brac residents,
and we are happy to be in a position to roll it out very soon,'
said Donnie Dixon, Deputy Registrar. He further explained that the
services will be provided by District Administration staff members
who were trained by the Registry.
An Assistant Registrar will be on site for the first week of
implementation to monitor processes, provide guidance to staff, and
respond to questions.
The District Administration office opens to the public on
Mondays through Fridays, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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