With the right corporate structures in place, a company has the opportunity to avoid long-term tax and regulatory burdens.
Our team of commercial law experts can consult with potential business owners or established business leaders to share their vast knowledge of acquisitions, restructurings and business sales; contract law and company law; licensing and leasing requirements; and other areas of corporate structures.
Property issues: Both new entrants to the property market and industry veterans can benefit from legal advice before entering into any property contract or agreement in DR Congo. We have years of experience in providing advice on contracts, mortgages and banking securities, how to work with local councils, selling or leasing property or land and conveyancing.
Building and construction: Legal Expertise in Building and construction projects often require diligent negotiation, drafting and administration of contracts between clients, contractors and subcontractors. This many tiers of activity can lead to disputes over project delivery and supply agreements, liquidated damages and delay claims, debt recovery and special conditions in contracts. If these aren’t remediated appropriately, it may even lead to litigation. Smart Lawyer can assist businesses in every stage of disputes.
We regularly provide the following services to businesses of all kinds:
WE CAN WORK FOR YOU IN THESE AREAS AND MORE!
Smart Lawyer's Attorney, in practice since 2006
Specialist in business laws, mining rights and hydrocarbons law.Attorney at the Kinshasa Bar.
Specialist in business and digital laws.Company lawyer
We understand that quality legal representation is as important to the success of small business as it is to large enterprises. Therefore, we are committed to being accessible to our business clients when they need our services. Our clients have the advantage of working with one experienced business attorney that understands their business and is committed to help that business succeed. We do not judge our small business services on the number of businesses we serve, but rather on the number of businesses we serve well.
We work closely with our clients to understand their business objectives and to educate them in the legal implications of organizing a business as a sole proprietorship, partnership, Company Limited Liability Share (SARL), Single Shareholder Limited Company (SARLU), Simplified Joint Stock Company (SAS) or limited liability company (SA). Once we have agreed on the best business structure for the client, we draft articles of organization, operating agreements, by-laws, and other formation documents.