The Code introduces two categories of partnerships unknown under the Commercial Code of 1934. The first one is a professional partnership designed for individuals performing regulated professions and rendering their services as a partnership by running an enterprise under its own business name. This partnership has no legal personality. Professional partnership is available for investors wishing to conduct economic activities defined as "free professions". Partners in this partnership may be persons authorized to practice the following professions: attorney, pharmacist, architect, expert, auditor, insurance broker, tax consultant, accountant, physician, dental surgeon, veterinary surgeon, notary, nurse, midwife, legal counsel, patent agent, property valuer and sworn translator. The deed of this partnership shall be made in writing. A partner shall not bear liability for partnership's obligations which arise in relation to the practicing of liberal profession by the remaining partners within the partnerships, as well as for partnership's obligations resulting from the actions or default of persons employed by the partnership, such persons being subordinate to another person. The partnership should be entered into the National Court Register. The company is created upon its entry in the register. International agreements on reciprocity should be in place. Otherwise, a foreign investor is required to present a certificate issued by the competent Polish representation abroad, stating that, in accordance with the principle of reciprocity, Polish entrepreneurs are permitted to conduct business activity in the country in which the investor has permanent residency or a registered office.