The Liberian non-resident Corporation is one of the oldest and most popular types of entity for setting up a commercial enterprise. A corporation is a distinct legal entity which is separate from the individuals who own it. The corporation assumes liability for all debts undertaken on its behalf and limits the shareholder’s personal liability exposure to the sum of their investment.
Liberian Corporations are easy to form and administer and require no annual filing.
Corporations are particularly suited for personal or business single-asset ownership as well as for use as holding companies. Moreover, they are sufficiently robust for a public offering.
For detailed instructions on how to form a Liberian non-resident Corporation, as well as model forms, please click here.
To download a copy of the Liberian Associations Law of 1977, as amended, please reference the Liberian Law section of the website.