According to the Law of the National Court Register of 7th October 1997, as of 1st January 2001 companies, commercial partnerships must be registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs, which is part of the National Court Register managed by the district courts.
The Register of Entrepreneurs is open to the public. It consists of six parts, including as follows:
An individual, who conducts economic activity, is registered in a register of business activity kept by the communes. The registration books, in which companies in organization are also listed, are kept by the head of the commune, the mayor or president of the town.
The foreign entrepreneur must meet the following formal requirements in order to obtain an entry in the Register of Entrepreneurs:
Cost of registration:
Cost of amending the registration data: