Trading Companies and Credit Instruments
To conduct for-profit activities, individuals and legal entities may form partnerships and set up trading companies.
Our private law practice provides legal advice to clients and represent them before the competent public authorities and courts, as appropriate, assisting them during administrative and judicial procedures for the setting-up, amalgamation, division, merger, dissolution and liquidation of trading companies, as well as for the occurrence of any change in their ownership structure.
Credit instruments are negotiable documents that allow holders to exercise to due date their rights specified in them or transfer these rights to third parties. The most well-known credit instruments are check, bill of exchange and promissory notes.
Our private law practice provides legal advice to clients on how to complete and use the credit instruments and represent clients in administrative and judicial proceedings related to any dispute arsing from issue or use of these credit instruments, among which is the opposition to the enforcement.