What expats should know about Ecuador law: Tune in at 9 to find out

Feb 22, 2016 | 1 comment

Whether it’s the requirements for obtaining a visa, starting a business and hiring employees, tenant – landlord rights and obligations, real estate closings, bankingchl legal regulations, the role of notaries in legalizing contracts, or criminal issues, the laws and regulatory rules of Ecuador probably work differently than they do in your home country.

In a special edition of CuencaHighLife radio, Gary Michaels talks to Cuenca attorney Mayra Leon of Ecuador Legal Services about what expats should know about Ecuadorian law. To tune in at 9 this morning, click the play button in the graphic above this article. For best results, listen in on our desktop or laptop.

 

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