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Being classified as a minority partner within a mercantile society, also called a minority shareholder, means that one has less than 50% of the shares. Due to their number of shares minority shareholders cannot exert pressure on company decisions made by the majority shareholder.The implications

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Yesterday, the Minister of the Presidency, Marcelo Prieto, confirmed the support of the Executive Branch for the legalization of the cultivation of hemp, as well as research and the commercialization of products that contain hemp, for industrial and therapeutic uses. Their announcement is in relation

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As published by the President's Office yesterday, starting on November 1 and after the publication in the La Gaceta newspaper, foreigners who have an authorized legal stay under the immigration categories of permanent, temporary, special or non-resident residence subcategory stay, may enter the country by

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On this occasion, we are going to address in a brief manner a topic that tends to be somewhat technical in the Civil Law field.A property or real estate can be acquired in many different ways through Costa Rican law. Perhaps the ones that come

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This morning, the Immigration Department issued Resolution N° DJUR-0132-09-2020-JM, which, in summary, states: The Immigration Department WILL NOT receive Residency applications going forward and until December 1st, 2020. This includes all categories. Basically, Residency applications are suspended until December 1st, 2020.  All applications must be filed

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