About the Registrar General’s Office
The Registrar General is the Administrative Head of the office, and attends meetings with Ministries and Agencies that requires his presence.
He provides advice and approval in relation to various legislations that come under his responsibility with concurrence and guidance from the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC). The Registrar General is also required to produce files and give evidence in court with the assistance of the AGC.
The Office of the Registrar General is responsible to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs in providing legal authority for all registrations under the following:
- Acts of Parliament
- Land and Titles Act
- Solomon Islands UK Trademark Act
- Solomon Islands UK Patent Act
- UK (protection) Design Act
- Trade Union Act
- Copyright Act
- Adoption Act
- Wills, Probate and Administration Act
- Public Trustee Act
The office is also responsible for securing the maintenance of and access to all documents relevant to the above Acts of Parliament in the Solomon Islands.
Land Dealings and Registered Documents
- Register a Land Dealing
- Access a Wills Probate
- Register a Birth/Marriage/Death
- Register a United Kingdom Trademark/Patent
- Register a Trade Union
*Forms for these services contain sensitive information; therefore individuals can obtain them directly from the Registrar General’s Office.
Here you will find the direct contact details for the Registrar General’s Office. Please feel free to get in touch should you have any queries you wish to discuss.
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If you’re in the Solomon Islands and wish to visit us, our office location is provided below for your convenience. We look forward to welcoming you.