Incorporation of Company
New Zealand is one of the most developed countries in the Pacific region. It is known as a jurisdiction with a standard taxation level. The country has a good reputation and is not included in any “black lists”.
New Zealand legislation provides the opportunity of incorporating and operating corporate bodies with a zero rate of tax, namely the Limited Partnership (L.P). A New Zealand L.P. with foreign members, which does not carry on a business in New Zealand and derives no income on New Zealand territory, is not liable to tax in New Zealand. According to the tax laws of New Zealand, an L.P. is not considered in this country as a separate subject of taxation. It is the Founders (“Partners”) who are liable to pay taxes from the profit received by the L.P. in their place of residence by proportion of the shares of interest belonging to them in the L.P.
A New Zealand L.P. company is a prestigious instrument due to the comparatively rare use of this jurisdiction in business practice. The jurisdiction is not on the “black lists” of any countries and has no restrictions on co-operation with residents of any states.
As a non-resident of the EU, a New Zealand L.P. company is an appropriate instrument for the purchase of goods in EU countries and their further export to countries outside of the EU. In the event that a New Zealand company is used, export from the EU becomes obvious, whereas if a company registered in any EU country is used for this purpose, the seller of the goods may not be sure whether the relevant operation is treated as an export from the EU or not.
|Principal Corporate Legislation:||The Companies Act, 1993, Limited Partnerships Act 2008 as amended|
|Type of Law:||Common.|
|Language of Legislation and Corporate Documents:||English|
|Type of Company for International Trade, Investment & Tax Planning:||Limited Liability Company
New Zealand Limited Liability Company
New Zealand Limited Partnership
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