FAQs

General questions

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes!

Yes, if your proxy is an attorney then he/she can represent you during the registration process which is held before the National Court Register. The benefit of having a proxy is that your attorney can get information from Court about the progress of the registration and sign the Articles of Association on your behalf at the Polish Notary public.

The polish LLC must have seat in Poland. You can rent a traditional office or use a virtual office. If you own real estate then you can register the company there as well.

No, you do not.

Registration in Court takes between 4 working days up to one month form the day we apply for company registration (this depends on how many applications were submitted to the Court at a given time).

The full name is „Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością” (lit.’company with limited liability’), abbreviated sp. z o.o., is the legal title of a limited liability company in Poland.

The full name is „Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością” (lit.’company with limited liability’), abbreviated sp. z o.o., is the legal title of a limited liability company in Poland.

This service is intended for both new and established enterprises. Each client is given the option to register a fully legal business at given location, which is supported by the appropriate lease agreement. It saves you from needing to pick up mail at the post office, making it especially helpful for people who work outside of the office or who are based abroad but do business in Poland. We can provide you with more information about virtual office upon your request.

The Polish CRBR register is the direct result of the EU directive addressing the problem of money laundering in European Union member states. The Ultimate Beneficiary Owner Register (UBO) — CRBR stores information on the so-called ultimate beneficiaries of the enterprises, that is, individuals who directly or indirectly control the company. The CRBR register contains no proprietary information. The requirement applies to all individuals who conduct business in Poland, including EU citizens and third-country nationals. After your company has been registered with the Polish National Court Register, you will have 7 days to apply to the UBO Register

KRS is an integrated database made up of three distinct registers: Registers of business owners, associations, other social and professional groups, foundations, and public health organizations, as well as bankrupt debtors, are also available. KRS’s job is to offer details on a registered entity’s legal standing, its representation, and the critical components of its financial situation. The information that has been submitted to the registry is accessible to everyone. You can check KRS.

The minimum share capital is 5 000 PLN. The share capital should be transferred into the company bank account. The minimal nominal value of one share is PLN 50.

Every Polish citizen who is born in Poland and is registered with the country receives a PESEL number. Additionally, foreigners who match the requirements or request it can also obtain the PESEL number. Every Polish company must register itself in the Central Registry for Beneficiary Owners as of the end of 2019. If your business doesn’t fulfil this requirement, it could be punished. You must apply electronically using an e-signature to create a registry entry. The most widely used esignature in Poland is EPUAP (electronic trusted profile), which may be obtained for free but requires a PESEL number. It will also be helpful to sign financial statements electronically and make amendments to National Court Registry.

If you are a foreigner living in Poland, you can register your address; in this case, you will be given a PESEL Number. If you are unable to register your address and a government agency asks you for a PESEL number, you may submit an application on your own or with the help of an attorney. On a government website, the process is explained. You can accomplish it remotely with our assistance.

Despite being a registered owner (i.e. barely a „nominee”), the legal owner of the company (i.e. the owner on the record) may not be the actual beneficial owner of the company. The beneficial owner is the person on whose behalf the company’s transactions and economic relations are made. In the case of legal entities incorporated in Poland, the following individuals’ data must be entered into the CRBR register: 5 shareholders owning more than 25% of the company’s shares; having more than 25% of the votes in the company’s governing body; holding a senior management position in the company if the true beneficiaries or shareholders cannot be identified.

General questions

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes!

Yes, if your proxy is an attorney then he/she can represent you during the registration process which is held before the National Court Register. The benefit of having a proxy is that your attorney can get information from Court about the progress of the registration and sign the Articles of Association on your behalf at the Polish Notary public.

The polish LLC must have seat in Poland. You can rent a traditional office or use a virtual office. If you own real estate then you can register the company there as well.

No, you do not.

Registration in Court takes between 4 working days up to one month form the day we apply for company registration (this depends on how many applications were submitted to the Court at a given time).

The full name is „Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością” (lit.’company with limited liability’), abbreviated sp. z o.o., is the legal title of a limited liability company in Poland.

The full name is „Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością” (lit.’company with limited liability’), abbreviated sp. z o.o., is the legal title of a limited liability company in Poland.

This service is intended for both new and established enterprises. Each client is given the option to register a fully legal business at given location, which is supported by the appropriate lease agreement. It saves you from needing to pick up mail at the post office, making it especially helpful for people who work outside of the office or who are based abroad but do business in Poland. We can provide you with more information about virtual office upon your request.

The Polish CRBR register is the direct result of the EU directive addressing the problem of money laundering in European Union member states. The Ultimate Beneficiary Owner Register (UBO) — CRBR stores information on the so-called ultimate beneficiaries of the enterprises, that is, individuals who directly or indirectly control the company. The CRBR register contains no proprietary information. The requirement applies to all individuals who conduct business in Poland, including EU citizens and third-country nationals. After your company has been registered with the Polish National Court Register, you will have 7 days to apply to the UBO Register

KRS is an integrated database made up of three distinct registers: Registers of business owners, associations, other social and professional groups, foundations, and public health organizations, as well as bankrupt debtors, are also available. KRS’s job is to offer details on a registered entity’s legal standing, its representation, and the critical components of its financial situation. The information that has been submitted to the registry is accessible to everyone. You can check KRS.

The minimum share capital is 5 000 PLN. The share capital should be transferred into the company bank account. The minimal nominal value of one share is PLN 50.

Every Polish citizen who is born in Poland and is registered with the country receives a PESEL number. Additionally, foreigners who match the requirements or request it can also obtain the PESEL number. Every Polish company must register itself in the Central Registry for Beneficiary Owners as of the end of 2019. If your business doesn’t fulfil this requirement, it could be punished. You must apply electronically using an e-signature to create a registry entry. The most widely used esignature in Poland is EPUAP (electronic trusted profile), which may be obtained for free but requires a PESEL number. It will also be helpful to sign financial statements electronically and make amendments to National Court Registry.

If you are a foreigner living in Poland, you can register your address; in this case, you will be given a PESEL Number. If you are unable to register your address and a government agency asks you for a PESEL number, you may submit an application on your own or with the help of an attorney. On a government website, the process is explained. You can accomplish it remotely with our assistance.

Despite being a registered owner (i.e. barely a „nominee”), the legal owner of the company (i.e. the owner on the record) may not be the actual beneficial owner of the company. The beneficial owner is the person on whose behalf the company’s transactions and economic relations are made. In the case of legal entities incorporated in Poland, the following individuals’ data must be entered into the CRBR register: 5 shareholders owning more than 25% of the company’s shares; having more than 25% of the votes in the company’s governing body; holding a senior management position in the company if the true beneficiaries or shareholders cannot be identified.