Costa Rican Structure
Limited Liability Companies
Pursuant to the Costa Rican Commercial Code, a Limited Liability Company (in Spanish: “Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada”) must have the following organizational structure:
- One or more Managing Directors (in Spanish: “Gerente”) only.
Pursuant to the Costa Rican Commercial Code, a Corporation (in Spanish: “Sociedad Anónima”) must have the following organizational structure:
- A Board of Directors (in Spanish: “Junta Directiva”) and one or more Comptrollers (in Spanish: “Fiscales”).
Please see, respectively, “Managing Directors”, “Board of Directors” and “Comptrollers” in the left side menu for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.
BLP has provided all input about changing board members in Costa Rica. BLP is a Central American law firm highly regarded for its client service and business oriented advice. Winner of the “Customer Service Award” by Chambers and Partners in 2012, “Law firm of the Year - Costa Rica” Award by Chambers and Partners in 2013 and again in 2015, “Law firm of the Year - Costa Rica” Award by IFLR1000 in 2015 and again in 2016 and Best Central American Law Firm –Silver- 2016 by ILASA, the firm is a one-stop-shop for conducting business.
For more information about BLP and changing board members in Costa Rica, please use the below contacts:TEL: +506 2205 3990