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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Capital: Kingstown
Official languages: English
Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD)

Documents from the Commercial Register of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines can be provided in electronic and/or original paper form, apostilled and translated into any language.

Document name Electronic Document Legalized document
Certificate of Good Staning from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
250 euro
2-3 days
Business Report from 250 euro
5-9 days
  • Terms in business days.
  • Delivery charges are not included in the price.

Documents and Certificates from Commercial Register of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:
  • Certificate of Good Standing from commercial register of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines contains:
    • Company Name;
    • Company Number, Date of Incorporation/Registration
Document language: English.
Extract fullness depends on the type of company and the availability of data in the Commercial Register .

Business report on the company registered in the Republic of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:
The following information may be included for you in the report:
  • Company Name;
  • Company Number, Date of Incorporation/Registration;
  • Status;
  • Activities;
  • Address and Contact Information;
  • Media references;
  • Branches and representative offices in Russia;
  • Subsidiaries in Russia;
  • Participation in court cases in Russia

We use data from national registers and other reliable sources to prepare this report.
The completeness of the report depends on your goals, the type of company and the availability of data in the registries.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Legalization and translation:
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a party to the 1961 Hague Convention.
    The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (the Apostille Convention or the Apostille Treaty), is an international treaty. It specifies the modalities through which a document issued in one of the signatory countries can be certified for legal purposes in all the other signatory states. A certification under the terms of the convention is called an apostille.

We can translate documents into any language for you.

General information
The registration of a business name, merely allows one or more individuals to carry on business in their private capacity, under a name that is different from their own. Forming a company has the effect of creating a legal personality that is separate and distinct from the shareholders of the company.

Individuals and companies are required to register a business name if they wish to carry on business under any name which is not their legal name. Simply put, you may do business using your own name (or the initials of your given name(s) together with your surname), and if you choose to do this, you don't need to register. However, should you decide to carry on business under a name other than your own, you are required to register your business name. There are some exceptions to this requirement.

A person conducting business under any name other than his own legal name must register within 14 days after the start of business.

The business name registration process is designed to ensure that no two registered entities have an identical name. However, it is not a guarantee of exclusivity. The right to exclusive use of a trade name or logo in a particular jurisdiction can only be obtained through the registration of a trade mark.
The name that is registered is the only name that can be legitimately used in trading.

Whenever a change is made or occurs in any of the particulars registered in respect of any person or firm, Notice of Change in Particulars setting out the nature of the change must be filed with CIPO within fourteen (14) days after the date of the change Not being registered may result in difficulties and delays in doing business due to a lack of legitimacy.