Costa Rica: San JoséFlamingo Tamarindo Nosara

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Real Estate Commercial & Residential

Unlike some other countries, it is not required to have CR citizenship, CR residence, nor even have permanent presence in the country to own land in Costa Rica

Corporate and Business Law

Although, in Costa Rica foreign ownership is fully permitted, with the following exceptions: a) property given or sold to CR citizens as part of government aid programs and b) the concession land, it is advisable to purchase property through a CR corporation.

Foreign Investment

Law 9428 states that all corporations, subsidiaries, and limited liability companies that are currently registered before the National Registry, as well as all entities incorporated in the future, will be subject to pay an annual tax. This tax must be paid on or before January 30th of each year.

Immigration Residency Applications

We will prepare the formal letter addressed to the General Director of Immigration, as well as duly fill out the application form

Taxes and Estate Planing

As a real property owner in Costa Rica, with no business conducted on your property, you should be aware about taxes that need to be paid. Failure to pay them would generate penalties and lead to a collection process.

Intellectual Property Trademarks and Patents

n Costa Rica the Trademarks, Commercial Names and other Distinctive Signs Acts, Law N° 7978, establishes that a commercial sign, design or expression in order to be considered a trademark has to be a combination of signs that distinguishes the goods and services of one person or entity from another´s.

Alternative dispute resolution

Constitutional and administrative Law

Criminal and civil litigation