Updating corporate records
If you ignore the corporation's status and requirements, the Internal Revenue Service or the courts may someday ignore your corporate status too, holding you personally liable for corporation debts.
After forming a corporation, create a corporate minutes book or a corporate records book.
Only primary contacts (including public officers), authorised contacts, registered tax agents, registered BAS agents, temporarily appointed tax professionals and specialist tax advisers can contact us on behalf of an entity.
Different entity types will have different primary contacts.
Find out what you need to do to add employees to your existing business.
Find out how to change the physical or mailing address on your business license or make changes to a registered agent’s address.
This site provides information on the various registers maintained by the Registry as required under Guernsey legislation.
The minutes document when you adopt or update the corporate bylaws, among other things.
Guidance notes will be issued shortly to give further information on the process.
See what steps to take to add a new business location.
The Registry is required to make some of this information available for public inspection.
Guidance notes for all Registry products and services are available in this section. Guidance notes are also available for download on the relevant pages throughout the site. The Companies Registry (“the Registry”) administers and enforces most parts of the Companies Ordinance.