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If your vehicle is in a corporation you need more, according to the P.O. folk. In addition to plates, cedula copy, registration, you'll need a Personeria Juridica, showing you are able to act on behalf of the corporation, a receipt from BCR for (I believe) 1200 colones, plus the fee (again I vaguely recall) 15,000.

 

They said it would take five days (your car without plates for five working days) while it is all sent to Zapote. That required small deposit receipt was to cover a clerk verifying that your Personeria is still valid when it gets to Zapote. That is also why it takes much longer than a personally-registered vehicle.

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