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This Area of Practice covers advice to foundations, associations, non-governmental organisations and non-profit organisations in general (both public and private) in all areas in which they operate in order to develop their aims and objectives.
Creation or establishment of non-profit foundations and entities
Secretary and legal advice on compliance with annual obligations (registration of action plans, record books, etc.)
Legal advice on obtaining the necessary authorisations from the Supervisory Commission to carry out certain transactions (acts of disposal, tax, remuneration of the Board, amendment of bylaws, etc.) or prior notification (acts of disposal or encumbrance, acceptance of inheritance and gifts, etc.)
Drafting, analysis and negotiation of contracts arising from the entity’s ordinary relationships (partnership agreements, sponsorship, provision of services, etc.).
Application for a declaration of public benefit from associations of general interest.
Advice on tax legislation applicable to entities covered by the special tax regime to entities benefiting from sponsorship.
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