Commercial Register Registration Of limited stock company

Only by entering it in the commercial register does the joint stock company (AG) become a legal entity. Since the AG is a corporation, it is entered in Division B of the Commercial Register.

The following information and documents are necessary: a domestic business address Type and extent of the power of representation of the members of the Board of Management Registration Founding document with statutes Certificates of appointment of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board in the case of Sections 26 and 27 of the German Civil Code (AktG), the contracts which are the basis of the determinations or have been concluded for their execution, as well as a calculation of the company's costs of incorporation List of members of the Supervisory Board with the name, first name, profession and place of residence of the members Proof that the paid-in amount is definitively at the free disposal of the Board of Management (bank confirmation) Founding report Audit reports of the members of the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board as well as the founding auditors together with their documents Certificate of approval if the subject-matter of the undertaking or any other provision of the articles of association requires state approval Further documentation may be required in individual cases.



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Relevant information about your company, such as the company's registered office, the legal form or the authorised representatives, has changed? Then please have the commercial register entry corrected immediately. In the same way, registration takes place exclusively through a notary or a notary.
Section 12 paragraph 2 Of the German Commercial Code (HGB) Section 37 Of The German Stock Corporation Act (AktG) Section 8a Of the German Commercial Code (HGB) Ordinance on Fees in Commercial, Partnership and Cooperative Register smatters (HRegGebV)

To apply, contact a notary or notary. The notary or notary advises on the formulation of the application. Registration is made exclusively by electronic means, for which a publicly certified document is prepared. The declaration is provided with an electronic signature (within the meaning of Section 39a of the Public Procurement Act/BeurkG) and sent to the electronic court and administrative mailbox of the Registry Court.