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It is now possible to purchase properties in Dubai with a RAK offshore company

8 August 2019

In a recent development, businesses individual shareholders registered in RAKICC (Ras Al Khaimah International Corporate Centre) may now own properties in areas of Dubai designated as freehold. [..]

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Ras Al Khaimah is offering the best of both worlds

18 June 2019

The best of both worlds in Ras Al Khaimah, where in the frame of a continuous development, the authorities launched a unique product – the Premium Product – combining onshore and offshore features. [..]

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Dubai Commercial License Company characteristics:

Company type Limited Liability Company
Governing corporate legislation Department of Economic Development Dubai
Information published relating to company officers No public register of company officers
Confidentiality Complete confidentiality
Accounting requirement No accounting or reporting requirements
Taxation No taxes
Legislation UAE Federal law and UAE Companies Law
Standard currency UAE Dirhams pegged to USD
Time to form 5 working days
Communication Efficient communication
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According to Article 22 of the Companies Law, there must be a minimum holding of 51% by the UAE national although by Article 227(2) it is made clear that the distribution of profits and losses of this entity can be done disproportionately to the shareholdings. In effect, this entity can have a local owning 51% percent, but being paid a lump sum annual payment to act as a local sponsor.

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