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What’s the legal term used to describe a business that is not located in it’s physical location?

I’m looking for the word that is used to describe a business entity that, for taxation purposes, is not located in it’s physical location. This is common when a company, U.S. for example, is legally set up out of the country. I was researching Cayman Islands for setting up a business and this legal term was used. If you have more information on setting a business up in the Cayman Islands in addition to this term please let me know. Links and resources would help to. Thanks

The word is Situs, just found it.

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2 Responses to "What’s the legal term used to describe a business that is not located in it’s physical location?"

  1. tro says:
    off site, maybe
  2. John says:
    Offshore or Non-Resident Company possibly.

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