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ADVANTAGES
Our service of ultra fast incorporation of Spanish Limited Companies offers the following advantages:

Avoidance of long and complicated procedures, such as:
• Requesting and obtaining the registered name
• Preparation and legal revision of the statutes
• Opening of a bank account and obtaining the certification of proof of investment of the share capital or its deposit with a Notary
• Arranging the preparation and signing of the title deed with the Notary
• Liquidation and payment of taxes
• Obtaining the CIF (Fiscal number)
• Inscription of the company in the Mercantile Registry
• Acquisition and authentication of the book of shareholders
• Acquisition and authentication of the minutes
• Revision in order to correct any possible errors (which could prevent or complicate the inscription of the company in the Mercantile Registry, thereby delaying the full operation of the company)




THE POSSIBILITY TO OPERATE IMMEDIATELY
the procedures to constitute and put a limited company into operation normally take between 40 and 50 days (or even more should there be problems with the petition for the registered name, or should there be any defect to correct in the title deed), whereas the companies we offer to our clients are immediately fully operative.

It is not necessary to invest the share capital, as it has already been invested and noted in the accounts of the company.

Guarantee of previous inactivity and freedom from debt and other responsibilities to third parties: along with the deed for the purchase of the shares, we give our clients a certificate of previous inactivity and freedom from debt, which is authenticated by a Notary.

Confidentiality of our services: which means that the names and other personal details of the new shareholders are not public property as the deed for the sale of the shares is not inscribed in the Mercantile Registry.

The possibility to personalise or adapt the company according to the needs and preferences of our clients: for example, the administration or activity of the company can be changed, or other aspects of the statutes can be modified.

A considerable saving of money as the incorporation of companies in quantity and the fact that our own professionals deal with all of the procedures without the intervention of third parties or external services, allows us to be able to reduce the costs to the minimum and therefore pass on to our clients a large part of the benefits and savings obtained.

It is not necessary to invest the share capital, as it has already been invested and noted in the accounts of the company.

Guarantee of previous inactivity and freedom from debt and other responsibilities to third parties: along with the deed for the purchase of the shares, we give our clients a certificate of previous inactivity and freedom from debt, which is authenticated by a Notary.

Confidentiality of our services: which means that the names and other personal details of the new shareholders are not public property as the deed for the sale of the shares is not inscribed in the Mercantile Registry.

The possibility to personalise or adapt the company according to the needs and preferences of our clients: for example, the administration or activity of the company can be changed, or other aspects of the statutes can be modified.

A considerable saving of money as the incorporation of companies in quantity and the fact that our own professionals deal with all of the procedures without the intervention of third parties or external services, allows us to be able to reduce the costs to the minimum and therefore pass on to our clients a large part of the benefits and savings obtained.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHO CAN OR SHOULD PURCHASE A LIMITED COMPANY?
Anyone who is of legal age and is not legally disqualified from doing so, as can any Spanish or foreign company, regardless of its nationality or residence.
The purchase of one of our limited companies proves to be especially useful to business people who want to avoid long and sometimes complicated procedures which could consume weeks of their valuable time and also for those who need to begin to operate in a company name as a matter of urgency.
Also for lawyers and other professionals such as administrators, fiscal advisers and estate agents it is easy and advantageous to be able to offer our limited companies, immediately operative, in order to be able to provide a better and more efficient service to their clients: this without reducing their own fees and without interfering with their business schedule.

HOW MUCH TIME IS NEEDED TO FORMALISE THE PURCHASE OF THE COMPANY?
Less than 24 hours if the purchase is formalised in one of the Notary's offices used by our company situated in various Spanish cities. In 2 or 3 days if the client prefers to formalise the purchase with another Notary, although on some occasions, even in this situation it will be possible to limit the time to a few hours.

HOW IS PREVIOUS INACTIVITY AND FREEDOM OF DEBT GUARANTEED?
Anyone who purchases a company previously incorporated by a third party should be aware of the risk of having to face debts or other responsibilities contracted previously by the company or its administrators.
However, this risk does not exist when purchasing one of our limited companies, as all of them, without exception, were incorporated and administered by our own professionals, whose honesty and integrity is beyond question.
Notwithstanding the above, for the security and guarantee of our clients, at the time of signing the purchase deed we provide a certificate of inactivity and freedom from debt authenticated by a Notary.

IN WHICH NOTARY OFFICE WILL THE DEED FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE SHARES BE SIGNED?
In the Notary’s office chosen by the client; however, both for practical and economic reasons it is recommended that the formalisation of the transmission of the company should be made with a Notary used by us. This is the only way we can guarantee the speed and efficiency of our service.
It should be taken into account that the Notary's fees for the purchase of the shares are included in the purchase price of the company when the deed is signed with a Notary used by us. Under other circumstances these costs would be exclusively for the client, along with any travel and accommodation expenses incurred by our professionals.

DOES THE CLIENT HAVE TO TRAVEL IN ORDER TO PURCHASE THE COMPANY?
No. There always exits the possibility of avoiding any travelling by signing a power of attorney for the signature of the purchase of the shares and acceptance of the role of administrator. This would be with no extra cost to the client, apart from the cost of the power of attorney which would be paid directly by the client.

HOW CONFIDENTIAL IS THE OPERATION?
Our company guarantees by professional secrecy the confidentiality of all our business transactions. All possible security measures have been adopted to ensure the confidentiality and safekeeping of the information and documents given to us by our clients.
The identity and other personal details of the new shareholders will remain hidden from the curious and from the general public as the title deed for the transfer of shares is not inscribed in the Mercantile Registry.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE THE ACTIVITY OF THE COMPANY?
Yes. The change or extension of the activity can be made on the same day that the transfer of shares is formalised with no additional charge to the client.

DOES THE SHARE CAPITAL HAVE TO BE INVESTED AT THE MOMENT THE SHARES ARE PURCHASED?
This is not necessary as the share capital has been previously invested and noted in the accounts of the company.

WHO WILL TAKE CARE OF REGISTERING THE CHANGE OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MERCANTILE REGISTRY?
Included in the purchase price of the company are the notary expenses for the deed of change of administrator, along with the payment of 120 Euros to the Mercantile Registry for the inscription of this deed. This will be dealt with by one of our own professionals.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE COMPANY?
Yes. Although it is recommended that any change of name should be made after signing the deed for the purchase of the shares, especially in urgent cases, as it will be necessary to request certification of the new name from the Mercantile Registry. This could delay the operation a couple of weeks and possibly more.

WHEN WILL THE COMPANY BE ABLE TO BEGIN TO OPERATE?
Our limited companies are ALREADY fully operative. At the moment the deed for the purchase of shares and the change of administrator is signed the new administrator can begin activity.
Only in a very few cases do slight complications arise when arranging certain matters such as the opening of bank accounts, the employment of staff, or with the burocracy, although these complications can be resolved rapidly as the company is fully legally operative and the complications tend to be caused by the ignorance or inefficiency of third parties or companies.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO INCREASE THE SHARE CAPITAL? WHEN?
The share capital of our companies is 3,006 Euros, but there is nothing to prevent the new shareholders increasing the share capital, either at the time of signing the deed for the transfer of shares, or at a later stage.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO INCREASE THE SHARE CAPITAL BY THE CONTRIBUTION OF PROPERTY, VEHICLES OR OTHER GOODS?
Yes. The new shareholders can increase the share capital by contribution of goods or rights, but in order to be able to do this they will have to provide documentation accrediting the title to the property, vehicles, computers or whatever other goods they contribute to the company, along with a valuation of the goods. This valuation does not have to be official as this requisite is only applicable to the increase in share capital of anonymous companies not limited companies.

Should you be interested to buy a Ready made Company (SL) from the shelf, please contact us requesting updated list of Companies available and prices.

 

 

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