Merging of partnerships

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What is a merging of partnerships?

A merger takes places when one or more partnerships dissolve without being liquidated in order to be absorbed by another partnership or for creating a new one. The opposite term is known as a division.


  • National ID cards of all legal representatives involved.
  • All existing certificates of the chamber of commerce and legal representation.
  • Transcript of the meeting where the merger was established.
  • Balances and mergers.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does a merger take place?

As soon as several small companies unite in order to compete against a big company of the same sector, a merger is born.

What types of partnership mergers exist?

One type is known as an absorption, which is when a company takes over another company’s assets, liabilities, rights and obligations in order to incorporate them as their own. The other type is known as a transfusion, which is when 2 companies merge in order to become a new one.

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