General Registry (Isle of Man)

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The General Registry (Manx: Oik-Reccortysse) is the department which administers –

  • the civil and criminal Courts of the Isle of Man
  • the Registries
  • registration of charities
  • Legal Aid
  • the Public Record Office
  • criminal injuries compensation
  • registration of legal practitioners (other than advocates)

The General Registry was established by the General Registry Act 1965. Its chief executive officer is the Chief Registrar.

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