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De-Registration of Cayman Islands Companies Being Continued in a Foreign Jurisdiction

February 2013

This publication has been prepared for the assistance of those who are considering the process of de‐registering a Cayman Islands company to a foreign jurisdiction.  It dealsin broad terms with the requirements of Cayman Islands Companies Law for the process of de‐registration.  It is not intended to be exhaustive but merely to provide an outline of the rules by which the process of de‐registration of a Cayman Islands company for which we hope will be of use to the clients of Conyers Dill & Pearman.

Before proceeding with any process of de‐registration in the Cayman Islands, clients are advised to consider the implications in their home jurisdiction and should consult with other professional advisers as appropriate.

We also recommend that our clients seek legal advice in Cayman on their specific proposals before taking steps to implement them.

 

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De-Registration of Cayman Islands Companies Being Continued in a Foreign Jurisdiction

 

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Legal Memoranda

De-Registration of Cayman Islands Companies Being Continued in a Foreign Jurisdiction

01 February 2013

This publication has been prepared for the assistance of those who are considering the process of de‐registering a Cayman Islands company to a foreign jurisdiction.  It dealsin broad terms with the requirements of Cayman Islands Companies Law for the process of de‐registration.  It is not intended to be exhaustive but merely to provide an outline of the rules by which the process of de‐registration of a Cayman Islands company for which we hope will be of use to the clients of Conyers Dill & Pearman.

Before proceeding with any process of de‐registration in the Cayman Islands, clients are advised to consider the implications in their home jurisdiction and should consult with other professional advisers as appropriate.

We also recommend that our clients seek legal advice in Cayman on their specific proposals before taking steps to implement them.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
De-Registration of Cayman Islands Companies Being Continued in a Foreign Jurisdiction

 

 

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Corporate


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Cayman Islands


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Cayman Islands