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Like in many of the countries worldwide, a corporation is a legal entity for commerce purposes, and has legal life apart from their individuals (shareholders). In Mexico there arenít one single individual owned corporations. To form a corporation in Mexico, there is need at least of two stockholders (or shareholders), the type of the corporation depends on the type of business.
No, it is not. Mexican corporations are recognized by the state and federal governments as a legal entity with similar rights to individuals, one of these is to legally own property in Mexico. Every 99 years the corporation's charter will need to be renewed. You may not be around in 99 years, but your heirs can still enjoy your legacy. The 99 year term CAN be extended.
Foreign corporations can be shareholders in Mexican Corporation, some countries allow to incorporate with a sole shareholder, thus, your one owner corporation can be your partner.