We can incorporate your Czech Republic Limited Liability S.r.o, "Spolecnost s Rucenim Omezenym", in just 7 days.
Features of a Czech company are.
Company names in the Czech Republic must be pre-approved for availability and acceptability, we check your proposed company name with the Registry of the Regional Commercial Court.
Minimum of one shareholder of any nationality is required.
The standard share capital is €1 (CZK 1). - shares are denominated in Czech Crowns.
The Czech Republic does not have controls on share ownership of Czech Companies, but has strict controls on ownership of property by non-nationals. The Czech Company is therefore an ideal structure for purchase and holding of property in the country.
Your Czech Republic company must have a registered office, which must be a physical address in the Czech Republic. The registered office is where documents may be legally served on the company.
Obtain certificates of clear criminal record for managers, this applies only to the extract from the Czech Criminal Register and not foreign criminal registers (which are also required should the director be a foreign person)
The notary public is responsible for the compliance of the contents of the company's Articles of Association. The notary public requires the following documents prior to the execution of the Articles of Association: clean criminal record, affidavit of the Managers, confirmation of the registered office, along with an extract from the Real Estate Register for the premises.
A company must have the appropriate trade licenses to conduct its business. Before obtaining trade licenses, a company may be asked to provide proof of relevant professional qualifications and experience.
With registration of the company to the Commercial Register, the motion to the relevant Regional Court must be signed by all first Managers in front of a notary public and then submitted.
Income tax registration is immediate, the company receives the number when they submit the application.
Statutory representative - EU citizen
Statutory representative - citizen of country outside the EU
It is a legal requirement that all S.r.o's use a Data Box, “Datová schránk". The Data Box is used to communicate with state authorities (the financial authority, the Commercial Register, courts).
Communication via data boxes fully replaces the traditional manner of delivery of documents in written form via registered mail.