Corporate and Commercial Law

Bendaña & Bendaña advises small and large businesses during all stages of their lifecycles: from formation to operation; to expansion via merger or acquisition; and even to dissolution, when required.

Our areas of practice include:

  • Business formation: Incorporating a Nicaraguan company (Sociedad Anonima)

  • Partnership agreements, joint venture agreements and strategic alliance agreements

  • Real Estate matters, including leases and closings

  • Drafting business contracts, including distribution, outsourcing, licensing, NDAs and confidentiality agreements

  • Contractual disputes (including collections and enforcement of obligations)

After incorporation, we can also help you comply with the legal requirements set by Nicaraguan law.

Tax compliance: The corporation must file monthly and yearly tax returns.

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