The Companies Act, Ch. 81:01, stipulates that:
The registered office address is the official address of a company and must be a full/complete address of a physical location within Trinidad and Tobago, e.g., 304 Robertson Street, Woodbrook 110702, Trinidad and Tobago. A registered office address cannot be a post office box or post office bag.
The registered office address is the formal address to which important correspondence must be sent and service of legal process (e.g. writs, etc.) effected. It is also the address where important company documents such as the Articles of Incorporation, the bye-laws, minutes of company meetings, Registers of Directors and Secretaries, are required to be kept.
Where a person or a company fails to deliver a Notice of Change of Address within the stipulated time, the Registrar of Companies is entitled to collect from the person or company a penalty of three hundred (300) dollars for every month, or part thereof, that the notice is “late” in being filed (section 516 of the Companies Act, as amended by section 16(e) of the Finance Act No. 2 of 2013).
This notificaton is intended for general guidance only, and does not constitute legal advice.
You should seek appropriate professional advice and assistance, where necessary; the Registrar General's Department cannot provide such advice.