De-registration of Cayman Islands exempted limited partnerships being continued in a foreign jurisdiction
This memorandum has been prepared for the assistance of those who are considering the process of de‐registering a Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership to a foreign jurisdiction. It deals in broad terms with the requirements of Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership law for the process of de‐registration.
- Conditions to be satisfied prior to de-registration
- Requirements for de-registration
- Process of de-registration
- Proceeding to the next step
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