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Saturday, April 7, 2007

Panama Attorney Delivers Presentation Before Chamber of the Americas

Attorney Alvaro Aguilar delivered a presentation on Panama real estate laws before US investors with the 2007 VIP Real Estate Mission to Panama organized by the Denver-based Chamber of the Americas

Panama, Panama, April 03, 2007 --(PR.com)--
Lombardi, Aguilar & Garcia (http://www.laglex.com/) attorney Alvaro Aguilar delivered a presentation on Panama real estate laws for US investors, co-authored by Kevin Mullin of the Denver, CO, law firm of Mullin, Dean & Heimos, LLP (http://www.mdhlex.com/). The presentation was part of the 2007 VIP Real Estate Mission to Panama organized by the Chamber of the Americas (http://www.chamberoftheamericas.com/) & Continental Airlines. Real estate businessmen from Colorado and the rest of the US attended the event.

Mr Aguilar spoke about the procedure for acquiring title to property and financing a property purchase in Panama. While Panama is a booming real estate market attracting buyers from the U.S. and Europe, due diligence is necessary when purchasing rural properties. Current regulations offer tax incentives to property owners and builders and encourage foreign retirees to reside in Panama. Slides of the presentation may be downloaded from the law firm website.

Co-author Kevin J. Mullin, J.D., CPA, LL.M. (International Taxation), has been practicing law for over 20 years with a focus on advising foreign investors on their U.S. real estate and other investments, and international business, estate and tax planning. His law firm of Mullin, Dean & Heimos, LLP, focuses on international tax, real estate and business, including foreign persons investing in the US and US persons investing abroad, especially in Latin America. Its specialties include U.S. and foreign real estate and closely-held businesses; multi-jurisdiction estate planning and wealth preservation; cross-border joint ventures, global licensing of intellectual property, including e-commerce; and shari'a compliant instruments. Both law firms work together on an on-going basis to provide guidance to US clients from both the US and Panamanian tax, real estate and business perspectives.



Full text in http://www.pr.com/press-release/34166
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