Registration of foreign limited partnerships in the Cayman Islands
A limited partnership or limited liability partnership established in a recognised jurisdiction outside of the Cayman Islands (a foreign limited partnership) may apply to the Registrar of Exempted Limited Partnerships to be registered under section 42 of the Exempted Limited Partnership Law of the Cayman Islands in order to act as a general partner of a Cayman Islands registered exempted limited partnership.
A foreign limited partnership may be registered by the registrar upon payment to the registrar of the prescribed registration fee and by filing certified copies of: its certificate of formation in its jurisdiction of establishment, or the equivalent document issued by the authority responsible for forming or establishing the foreign limited partnership as evidence of the formation; and a certificate of good standing issued by the relevant authority…
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