The service is designed for entrepreneurs. Through this service, it is possible to electronically submit an application for the initial registration of a public business company in the commercial register. You can use the electronic service if you possess a valid identity card with a chip (known as an eID card). For authentication purposes, you can also use a foreigner’s residence permit with an electronic chip, an alternative authenticator, an authentication certificate, or an electronic identification means from another EU country. The application for registration needs to be submitted electronically using the designated form to the electronic mailbox of the relevant commercial court. The application must be authorized by the applicant and accompanied by documents in electronic format containing the information to be recorded in the commercial register and documents validating the information to be verified.
Filling out the application for registration will take approximately 60 minutes.
Further Information on Submitting an Application: The application for entry into the commercial register is exclusively submitted electronically to the registering court via the designated electronic form.
The registration request must be authorized (electronically signed by a qualified electronic signature or a qualified electronic seal) by the applicant and must be submitted together with documents in electronic format containing the data to be entered into the commercial register and documents from which facts to be verified under Act No. 530/2003 Coll. on the Commercial Register (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”) derive. The application requires documents authorized by a qualified electronic signature (seal) or multiple qualified electronic signatures (seals).
The attached documents to the application for registration of a public business company in the commercial register are specified documents according to the decree of the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic No. 25/2004 Coll., which establishes the templates for submitting applications for registration in the commercial register and a list of documents required to be attached to the registration application.
What attachments are included in the application for registration of a public business company? The application for company registration in the commercial register includes documents according to the decree of the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic No. 25/2004 Coll., which establishes the templates for submitting applications for registration in the commercial register and a list of documents required to be attached to the registration application.
Mandatory attachments required for the application: Registration form – application form for the registration of a public business company in the commercial register (the form is automatically generated after entering the data through an interactive guide for its completion), Articles of association, Document proving the business authorization to conduct the activity intended for registration in the commercial register as the subject of business, Document proving ownership or usufructuary right to real estate or its part, which does not exclude the use of the real estate or its part as the registered office or place of business, or consent of the property owner or its part to register the real estate or its part as the registered office or place of business in the commercial register under a separate regulation (§ 2 par. 3 of the Commercial Code), Optional attachments: Written power of attorney under § 5 par. 3 of the law if the application is submitted by a person authorized by the applicant, Document of residence permit of this person in the Slovak Republic, if a foreign individual is proposed for registration as a person authorized to act on behalf of the entrepreneur. This does not apply if it concerns a citizen of a European Union member state or a citizen of a member state of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Affidavit of the applicant if a data is proposed for registration that does not arise from another attachment. The signature of the applicant must be officially certified.