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Prepare foreign partners documents  (2) expand_more expand_less
Obtain name clearance  (5) expand_more expand_less
Notarize company documents  (2) expand_more expand_less
Deposit capital  (2) expand_more expand_less
Pay capital tax  (1) expand_more expand_less
Obtain company registration certificate  (9) expand_more expand_less
Obtain chamber of commerce registration  (3) expand_more expand_less
Obtain tax number  (3) expand_more expand_less
Obtain commercial license  (3) expand_more expand_less
Activate company bank account  (1) expand_more expand_less

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Get documents certified through a Libyan embassy
(last modified: 15/09/2021)

Contact details

Entity in charge

Any Libyan embassy

Expected results

Company decision MoM F-PS - Certified
Memorandum and article of association - Foreign - Certified
Company registration certificate - Foreign - Certified

Requirements

1. 01 - Libre deuda de patente
Company decision MoM F-PS (original)
2. 01 - Libre deuda de patente
Memorandum and articles of association - Foreign (original)
3. 01 - Libre deuda de patente
Company registration certificate - Foreign (original)

Legal justification

1.  Decision of the Minister of Economy No. 207 of year 2012 regrading foreign companies
Decision of the Minister of Economy No. 207 of year 2012 regrading foreign companies
Article 1-6
2. Commercial Law No. 23 of year 2010
Commercial Law No. 23 of year 2010
Article 375

Additional information

The company decision minutes of meeting should include the following information:
  • Defining the partnership company field of activity
  • Defining the company share in the new partnership company
  • The name of the legal representative
  • The location of the partnership company
  • Company pledge to provide budget, profit and loss accounts regularly
All documents have to be certified at the concerned Libyan embassy on the company's country.
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