Company Registration by Visit to Poland
Lawyers of our company will be glad to accompany you at the opening of the company in Poland on a personal visit. One of the main requirements when opening a company in Poland through a notary is that the passport of the founder/founders at the time of submission of documents should be valid for another 18 months. The most common form of business in Poland is a limited liability company or Sp. z o.o.
There is no fixed number of founders for LLC. Therefore, it is usually recommended to register a company for at least 2 people. This will help to avoid the need to pay monthly social payments (which amount to about 250 euros per month). If in the future there is a need to reduce or increase the number of founders, it can be done through a notarial act and its registration in court. You don’t have to be a Polish citizen to open a company. According to the legislation, foreigners can freely conduct business on the territory of Poland.
The authorized capital of the enterprise must be not less than 5 thousand zlotys, which is approximately equal to 1000 euros. The upper bar is not set, but the larger the authorized capital – the higher the cost of notarization of documents. The share of each of the founders may not be less than 50 zlotys. The number of votes of each participant in the decision-making of the Polish Company is determined according to the share.