Company documents in Switzerland
Business owners in Switzerland need to conclude certain documents mandatory for the incorporation of the company, such as the Articles of Association. Our experts can help you prepare these documents as well as any other agreements with business partners or employees. All documents that establish a relationship between two parties must be concluded in such a way that those involved know what the requirements are on their part and what are the liabilities associated with entering into an agreement.
Legal assistance for preparing documentation in Switzerland
Our company registration agents in Switzerland can help you draft and conclude agreements, regardless of the business field in which you operate. We can help you with:
- commercial contracts and related matters;
- corporate agreements: shareholder agreements, directors service agreements and others.
Contracts can also have additional clauses that guarantee confidentiality
. Some business fields require a high degree of care from their employees and partners. In order to protect their inventions and creations companies in Switzerland
can ask their personnel to sign a confidentiality agreement and/or a non-disclosure agreement
Our experts can also help you conclude any sale or purchase agreements and we can also perform a real estate and company due diligence procedure before you buy any property or perform a company merger.
Signing agreements in Switzerland
Before signing a corporate agreement
, a sale/purchase one or other type of binding legal document you can ask an expert to validate the contents of that contract
. A due diligence process can help you understand the exact terms of the agreement, especially if it is concluded in a language other than your own. This is important for foreign investors in Switzerland
who do business with local or other foreign entrepreneurs.
Our agents can draft a document according to your specific indications or we can provide a professional consultation for existing documents in order to validate their enforceability.