The staff of our office can provide legal advice and support on issues related to international business and commercial transactions (eg. negotiation, drafting and inspection of contracts and agreements of international scope).
We have the dynamics and knowledge to guide you validly and safely in each of your cross-border transactions, to inform you about the pitfalls of international conventions, while our range of services covers both your international and domestic judicial representation, and also we keep you informed regarding the information technology, foreign exchange obligations and, finally, about the international financing and the ways of gathering financial resources.
Furthermore we provide advice and litigation in commercial disputes.
LA Law Firm provides comprehensive legal advices and services, in a variety of areas in Commercial and Corporate matters, including:
- Re-Domiciliation of Companies
- Drafting of Commercial contracts
- Merger and acquisitions
- Incorporation of Funds
- Corporate governance
- Strategic legal advice
- Registration and administration of Cyprus Companies
- Establishment and administration of International Trusts
- Conducting Legal Audits
Our firm provides reliable and professional services, to a wide range of Clients starting from individuals to small enterprises to multi-national corporations.
Our Lawyers are fully aware of applicable law of all the matters mentioned above, to be compatible with the needs of modern commerce, industry and finance. We strive to ensure that the solutions we are providing are cost effective.
Also our Lawyers deal with legal representation before the Cyprus Courts and provide Litigation Services.
Applicable Law – EU CROSS BORDER MERGERS – CYPRUS
In 2007, Cyprus implemented in its Companies’ Law, Cap 113 the European Directive 2055/56/EC which has introduced a uniform and simple framework for cross border mergers of limited liability companies.
The directive allows entities to restructure their groups on a cross border basis within the EU without negative tax consequences.
Following the implementation of the said EU Directive, Cyprus legislation allows for the merger of two or more EU member companies, and as a result Cyprus has become a popular destination for this purpose.
The law applies to the merger of limited liability companies formed under the law of a Member State, having their registered office, central administration or main place of business within the community, provided that at least two of these companies are governed by the law of different Member States.