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Companies and Corporate Law
The Premier Law team has 25+ years’ experience in company law and can assist with any corporate-related matter, from establishing a Spanish company to liquidating an already existing one and everything in between.
The Spanish law on Capital Companies establishes the procedure to be followed for the incorporation of companies. Specifically, it states that capital companies are constituted:
- By contract between two or more people.
- In the case of unipersonal companies, by unilateral act.
- In the case of corporations, they may also do so successively by public subscription of shares.
It is important to note that the incorporation of capital companies will require a public deed, which must be registered at the Commercial Register.
The process of setting up a company in Spain can be very complex, especially with a possible language barrier. Our team strongly recommends that you find a reliable local lawyer who is an expert in the incorporation of companies.
We have vast knowledge and experience in this area of the law so if you need advice or you would like us to assist you in any way, please feel free to contact us.