FINANCIAL
Where can I find Sealand’s financial reports?
All of Sealand’s publicly available financial reports are filed and listed on the SEC website. You can read them by clicking here

Where can I find Sealand’s stock information?
Sealand trades on the OTCBB exchange.  You can find more information regarding the exchange by clicking here.

What is Sealand’s fiscal year?
Sealand operates on a fiscal year beginning January 1st and ending December 31st.

When are earnings released?
Sealand’s quarterly earnings are announced within 45 days of the end of each of their fiscal quarters – March 31st, June 30th, September 30th – and within 90 days of their fiscal year end, December 31st.

Who are the Company’s auditors?
Sealand’s independent auditors are Michael Gillespie & Associates, PLLC

How do I get a copy of the quarterly or annual reports?
All of Sealand’s publicly available financial reports are filed and listed on the SEC website. You can read them by clicking here.

STOCK
What is Sealand’s ticker symbol?
Our common stock ticker symbol is SLNR.

What are the details of the Vitas merger?
On February 13, 2013, the Company consummated a revised merger agreement with Vitas Group, Inc. The shareholders of Sealand Natural Resources received 1 share of Vitas for every 50.00 shares of Sealand stock. Upon completion of the merger, 50 pre-merger shares of stock equaled 1 share of post-merger stock.

Who should I contact regarding my stock certificate?
Please contact Sealand’s transfer agent, Island Stock Transfer:

Contact person: Kim Whiteside
Email: kwhiteside@islandstocktransfer.com
Mailing Address: 15500 Roosevelt Blvd. Suite 301
Clearwater, FL 33760
Internet Address: www.islandstocktransfer.com

What is a transfer agent?
A transfer agent and registrar for a publicly held company keeps record of every outstanding stock certificate and the name of the person to whom it is registered. When stock changes hands, the transfer agent transfers the ownership of the stock from the seller’s name to the buyer’s name. The registrar reconciles all transfer records and makes sure that the number of shares debited is equal to the number of shares credited.

I own restricted shares of Sealand. What is the restrictive legend and how do I have it removed?
If you invested in Sealand shares prior to the Vitas merger, or otherwise hold restricted shares, your shares will remain “restricted” as long as you own the shares or until you have satisfied the conditions required by the SEC and you wish to sell your shares. You can hold restricted shares in your name indefinitely, however, per SEC rules, if you wish to sell your shares, you must apply for the restriction removal prior to selling the shares. The rules covering restricted stock certificates and the removal of these restrictions is, in some cases, complex and we therefore suggest you contact your broker or visit the SEC website for details.

I have a paper stock certificate for my restricted shares but wish to have my shares held electronically – what needs to be done?
Contact your broker and ask if their firm is able to deposit paper stock certificates for restricted stock. Some of the large U.S. based brokers may accept them, depending upon your specific situation. If your broker cannot accept paper stock certificates, and your shares are restricted, you can contact Island Stock Transfer and make arrangements to return your certificate to them to have your shares held in book entry form with them, until such time as you wish to sell your shares. Your broker will then work with Island Stock Transfer to process the appropriate paperwork and place the trade to sell your shares and return the cash proceeds to you.

What if I live outside of the United States and my broker will not accept paper stock certificates?
Many European brokers/banks no longer accept paper certificates.   If your broker cannot accept paper stock certificates, and your shares are restricted, you can contact Island Stock Transfer and make arrangements to return your certificate to them to have your shares held in book entry form with them, until such time as you wish to sell your shares. Your broker will then work with Island Stock Transfer to process the appropriate paperwork and place the trade to sell your shares and return the cash proceeds to you.