Dutch Private Company

Private company with limited liability company (abbreviated as "ZKOO", which corresponds to the Dutch abbreviation BV) in accordance with the laws of the Netherlands established by one or more natural or legal persons by a notarial deed of incorporation, which includes the company charter. The document drawn up in Dutch and executed before a notary in civil law in the Netherlands. The document can be issued only after the draft will be made available to the Ministry of Justice of the Netherlands and the Ministry will confirm that there were no objections to the establishment of the company. Check the Ministry of Justice designed to ensure that the charter company did not violate the provisions of Netherlands law. In addition, it allows the Ministry to check the reputation of the founders, board members and potential members Supervisory Board constituted by the company. At present, the certificate of approval can be obtained from the Ministry for 3 or 4 weeks after treatment. In the case of extreme urgency, the procedure can be shortened. For establishment of a limited company requires the following documents and information: 1.

The proposed name and official address of the company is established and at least two alternative names in case name will be rejected by the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce in the region, which is supposed to find the company. 2. Share capital and share capital (a minimum of 18.000 Euro), and a nominal value of each share. Contributions to shares may be made in cash or in kind. The share capital must be at least 20% of the share capital and at least 25% of the share capital must be paid immediately (subject to minimum of 18,000 Euro.) If deposits of shares be made in cash, a notary in civil law to be submitted to report a registered banking institution (which is subject to government control in one of the Member States of the European Economic Area), which will be attached to the document on the establishment of the company.

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