Yes. Joint shareholders are allowed for a BVI offshore
company. All the joint shareholders must be at least eighteen years old. Any one
of the joint shareholders can exercise the full rights and privileges of the
shares held jointly. If several persons are registered as joint holders of any
shares, any one of such persons may give an effectual receipt for any
distribution payable in respect of such shares.
Due to the above, joint share holding is not used very often. Also, many
offshore companies are one person setups so the issue of joint shareholding does
not come up. Joint shareholding is sometimes used by a husband and wife or a
parent and adult child.
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