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Do you have a form of execution for a British Virgin Island company signing a deed?

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Published on LexisPSL on 16/09/2019

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  • Do you have a form of execution for a British Virgin Island company signing a deed?

Do you have a form of execution for a British Virgin Island company signing a deed?

The Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) sets out how companies incorporated in England and Wales or Northern Ireland may enter into and execute a deed. The Overseas Companies (Execution of Documents and Registration of Charges) Regulations 2009 (OC (EDRC) Regs), SI 2009/1917 apply CA 2006, ss 43, 44, 46 and 48 to overseas companies with modifications.

CA 2006 (as modified by the OC (EDRC) Regs, SI 2009/1917, reg 4) provides that a document may be executed by an overseas company:

  1. by the affixing of its common seal

  2. if it is executed in any manner permitted by the laws of the territory in which the company is

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