When a business is not able to continue its activities, a company liquidation procedure in Cuba must be initiated.
Foreign investors who want to protect their trademark in Cuba are advised to register it with the appropriate authority in this country.
International arbitration in Cuba represents the fundamental method of resolving disputes in this country in regards to contractual liability, with the exception of mandatory jurisdiction as stated by the law.
According to the Law No. 118, foreign investors can settle inside the Cuban national territory as legal entities by opening a Cuban subsidiary office of a foreign company and by setting up a branch of a foreign business.
When making a real estate due diligence in Cuba, it is important to know that until a few years ago, it was not possible for either Cuban citizens or foreigners to acquire and sell property in Cuba.
The corporate tax rules for foreign investment business entities in Cuba are regulated by the Law 118 (the Foreign Investment Act) of 2014.
We are a team of Cuban attorneys who advise on the process of establishing companies in Cuba, which, according to the latest legislation in this country, can be achieved as stated below.
Debt collection in Cuba is a measured attempt by a firm to collect an obligation which is past due.
Litigation attorneys represent clients in civil cases, managing all stages of the litigation process - starting with the investigation, continuing with the pleadings, trials, settlements and appeal.
Foreign investments in Cuba are regulated by the Foreign Investment Act from 2014.