- Jun 10, 2008
Cavok. I had two companies. One from 2007 which was offshore with only me as owner and registered to operate in the DR. That’s the one that is closed but pending final dissolution which I am beginning to suspect never will happen. Maybe you set up a company and then have a tax id RNC nr forever. The other company is from 2011 an SRL where I have a partner and it was just after a new law for cooperations was introduced. The SRL I can “sell” transfer the shares to my partner under different terms we agree on. She is doing ok as a broker and using the company. Yes I think the SRL I can get out of this way but she will keep helping me with the other company. Having said I don’t know if you have to provide a guarantee to the dgii when transferring your shares. Maybe it is a question for the legal forum.You might not be able to close it out, but it will eventually be sold and that accomplishes the same thing for you, no?
With residency I think it is somewhat similar. You get permanent residency and it is really permanent forever. I wonder what happens when a cedula holder dies. If the dgm can turn up and claim the fees for late renewal from the estate. Maybe another question for the legal forum.