Admission as a law firm Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

If your corporate subject-matter is advising and representing your company in legal matters and the legal form of your company is a limited liability company (GmbH) or a public limited company (AG), the company must be admitted as a law-oratic company. Be.

Completed application form Questionnaire on the application form Copy or publicly certified copy of the social contract (Section 59 a para. 1 sentence 2 BRAO) and the list of shareholders (Section 8 (1) No. 3 GmbH-Law). Photographs of shareholder resolutions on the appointment of directors, authorized representatives and/or agents. Original proof of professional insinuary insurance (Section 59 e No. 3 BRAO). Up-to-date certificate of the respective professional chamber on the existence of the membership of the professional bodies.


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A separate platform has been developed for online application. On the so-called service platform you can submit your applications electronically and much more! You are welcome to get your own picture of the application in advance without registering in advance. Use the simulation to do this. In order to make full use of the online application process, you must first register with the online application procedure.

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Preconditions
The company meets the requirements of the Sections 59 c, 59 e and 59 f of the Federal Lawyers' Code (BRAO). The company is not in decline in assets. The conclusion of professional inliability insurance (Section 59 j BRAO) has been established or a provisional cover commitment has been made.
They submit the completed and signed application together with a questionnaire with all the necessary documents to the Bar Association. The admission requirements are examined at the office of the Bar Association. If all admission requirements are met, you will receive a corresponding message and the admission certificate.

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Hessian Ministry of Justice

Last update or date of publication
02.12.2019