Through our expertise in company law, we are able to draft tailor made Memoranda and Articles of Association, which will cater for our clients’ current and future needs.
We advise and assist clients not only in setting up limited liability companies but also to draft tailor made deeds of partnership to set up other commercial partnerships such as partnerships en commandite and partnerships en nom collectif.
Our services include:
(a) Preparation and submission to The Registry of Companies of the pertinent documentation to set up a commercial partnership including limited liability companies and partnerships;
(b) Advice and assistance in connection with other corporate issues;
(c) Advice and assistance to clients in the preparation of the pertinent documentation for setting up in Malta of branches of foreign companies;
(d) Preparation of the pertinent documentation in relation to the re-domiciliation of foreign companies to Malta;
(e) Review of all documentation provided.
For further information please read our fact sheet by clicking on the following link.
You may also contact us by sending us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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