Guyana: AG to seek more space for Deeds and Commercial Registry

Attorney General Anil Nandlall has said that steps will resume to acquire the First Federation Building on Croal Street to provide more space to the Deeds and Commercial Registry Authority.

He made this commitment on Friday when he visited the offices of the Authority at  the ground floor of the High Court building on Charlotte Street and at Lot 1 High and Commerce streets.

A release yesterday from the AG’s Chambers said that during his visit, the Deputy Registrar of Deeds (ag), Zanna Frank, and Registrar of Companies (ag),  Nicole Prince, took the Attorney General on a tour of the two locations and raised with him the challenges that they currently face, including, physical space for staff, as well as storage capacity. The release said that the Attorney General reminded them that the Authority is governed by a board and that the issues will be raised at the next board meeting.


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