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Corporate and Business Setup

Our team is well versed and possess great experience in handling all aspects of legal and business needs in the complex and unpredictable business environment in Libya. We provide foreign corporates entering the Libyan market, companies and businesses already operating in Libya guidance to navigate and mange different businesses structures.

We handle all our clients legal issues with care, offering tailored, practical legal counseling and a broad range of services including:

  • forming different types of companies (LLCs, JVs, LPs..)

  • assistance in comprehending the laws and regulations relating to all types of business and employees.

  • drafting, reviewing and translating contracts, MOUs, shareholders' agreements and other legal documents.

  • advising foreign investors on corporate structuring and permitted activities in Libya.

  • providing financial advice for foreign companies regarding the Central Bank of Libya guidelines.

  • authentication and certification of legal documents.

  • renewal of licenses and permits.

  • mergers.

  • settlements.



Zahaf & Partners Law Firm is a full-service independent law firm based in Tripoli, Libya.

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