ORDER FORMS >
HLA Offshore Co Order Form
HLA SIN Incorporation Order Form
HLA HKG Incorporation Order Form
HLA Nominee Order Form for Offshore Co
HLA Nominee Order Form for SIN-HKG Co
HLA SIN Virtual Office Order Form
HLA HKG Virtual Office Order Form
YACHT REGISTRATION FORMS >
Form 1A - Application for Registration Yacht-v24
Form 2A - Declaration of Ownership-v4
Form 2A Survey - Yachts under 24m-v9
Form 2B - Declaration of Change of Ownership-v2
Form 7 - Ext. CIYS Application for Membership-v7
Form 9 - Bill of Sale-v2
Form 10A - Yacht Carving and Marking Note-v6
Form 12 - Notice of Name Change-v2
Form 14 - Application for Deletion of Registration-v2
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Business Companies (BC) are companies incorporated in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) under the International Business Companies Act, 1984, but whose business is to be conducted outside the BVI, and which may not do business with any person resident in the BVI.
BVI BCs are a very popular and widely used offshore companies because of their administrative ease, flexibility, taxation exempt status and the fact that they are widely accepted and understood by the international financial community. BVI BC 's may not own real property in the BVI, other than the lease of an office, and may not carry on banking or trust business (unless licensed under the Banks and Trust Companies Act, 1990) or insurance or re-insurance business (unless licensed in the BVI to carry on that business). Otherwise, BVI BC 's may engage in any activity that is not illegal under the laws of the BVI subject to any restrictions in their Memorandum of Association.
The British Virgin Islands are a small group of islands in the Caribbean Sea located 60 miles east of Puerto Rico. The BVI has excellent airline connections with Puerto Rico 's capital of San Juan, which is a major hub for American Airlines. The BVI financial services industry enjoys the advantages of having responsibility for its internal self-government, while maintaining the political and economic stability associated with being a British Overseas Territory.
The BVI have an independent legal and judicial system based on English Common Law, with a right of final appeal to the Privy Council in London. Policies and legislation are developed in close consultation with the private sector. Offshore business can be carried out in a tax-free environment.
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