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Escritura (setup company part 3)

The first day we went to the bank we also emailed the notary to tell we were going to make the deposit and ask if we could proceed with the next steps that Friday. She responded quickly and so did we. Hence we could answer al questions and setup a the needed documents before our Friday appointment.

One of the documents we had to send, were the estatutos. We already made them in Spanish together with ChatGTP. The first time we used it and it worked really nice. We asked for a default estatutos and it came with a document. Than article by article we asked for a translation and we adjusted or changed some what we wanted different. ChatGTP translated it back to Spanish when we were done. We also asked for some items which could be added and it came with a list of things. We added some of them, within an hour or so we had an official document in Spanish.

She also needed a name and DNI of an apoderado, which we didn't understand what that was, but she was going to explane on Friday. It turned out to be a third person that can do legal stuff for the company, that you are not allowed to do yourself: a gestor. A gestor seems to be something between a bookkeeper and an accountant. As there are gestors all over the place we decided to change from Burgos to a gestor in Briviesca, which was just across the street from the notary.

It also turned out to be very easy for tibi b.v. to buy the shares from Tibor. It will only be a signature at the notary that after tibi b.v. has a NIF. This could be done on the same day as when we buy the village and land.

We only needed to sign some forms and Ardbol Globo S.L. existed and has an NIF.


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