The Central Registry is the joint regulator of charities in the Isle of Man in conjunction with HM Attorney General’s Chambers.
It has specific statutory roles in relation to the registration of charities and the receipt of statutory statements, accounts and other documents in relation to charities.
HM Attorney General has specific statutory roles in relation to acting for the protection of charities, taking action to enforce legal requirements placed on Trustees and exercising his statutory powers to authorise certain steps by charities.
Monday to Thursday - 9am to 4.30pm
Friday - 9am to 4pm
Isle of Man
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