Procedure of company registration

The procedure of company formation in the Czech Republic is as follows.

We require the following to proceed:

  • Completed application form
  • A certified copy of each director and shareholder passport
  • Certificates of clear criminal record for non-Czech nationals for each director
  • Two utility bills that are under 3 months old

Once the above has been received the company name will be checked and the following documents sent for signing. These must be notarized.

  • Articles of Association
  • Registration of company to the Commercial Register

In addition to the above the following documents are obtained:

  • Clearance that share capital is held in a bank account
  • Trade License (for general commercial activity only a notification is required)

Once all original documents are received they are submitted to the Companies Registry and in approximately 1 week the company will be registered.

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