- Citizens have been allowed to read public files , historical documents and legislation papers
- Details of the shareholders do not appear on the public file , although a register of members must be maintained
- Details of the directors appear on the public file but anonymity can be retained by the use of third party professionals
- No details of the shareholders appear on the public file but a register of shareholders must be kept at the registered office address of the company in bvi
A public file (or public inspection file) is a collection of documents required by a broadcasting authority to be maintained by all broadcast stations under its jurisdiction.