Change of the Company’s Name

 

If you purchase a ready-made company you can always change the company’s name in accordance with your wishes. This does not depend on which name the company has when you buy it. To change the company name it is necessary to:

  • convene a General Meeting at the Notary’s office (by companies engaged in selling LLC this operation is billed, by default, as a premium service)

Only with us can you choose what your ready-made company will look like: choose your own company name, the number of executive directors and of partners and the company headquarters for a great price

The price list of ready-made companies

Special-offer price of a ready-made limited liability company (s. r. o.)


  • the company is registered in the Commercial Register
  • the name of the company is in accordance with your requirements
  • the registered capital of CZK 200,000 or of CZK 1,000 is fully paid as of the date of its registration
  • the number of partners is in accordance with your requirements
  • the number of executive directors is in accordance with your requirements
  • the scope of the business: Production, trading and services that are not specified in the Annexes 1 to 3 of the Trade Act - 80 free trades
  • its Registered Office is in accordance with your requirements (in Prague or in Brno, or alternatively outside these cities)
  • is free of payables and of receivables, the company has never conducted business (this is declared in writing at the time of the sale)

starting from

CZK 20,400 inclusive of VAT *

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As part of this SPECIAL EVENT it is also possible to change the following features:

  • You can also change the legal registered address of the company, which is recorded in the Commercial Register. The registered address of the company must be already identified in the founding document of the company and be listed within the municipality. If you have changed the Registered Office within the municipality that is referred to in the founding document (in the case of our company its registered address is in Prague), there is no need to convene a General Meeting at the Notary and the change is free of charge, within the normal price. If you are changing the registered address outside the area of the municipality indicated in the founding document, it is necessary to convene a General Meeting and, therefore, there is an additional fee for the notary work. When founding a new company or when changing the registered address of the company it is necessary to submit to the Commercial Register the following deeds that prove the legal grounds for using the premises of the company’s headquarters:
    • a signed lease agreement or the consent of the property owner (the signature of the owner(s) of the property must be authenticated) no older than 3 months
    • an original or an official copy of the excerpt from the Land Register no older than 3 months
  • Change / adding the subject of business of the company. Our companies have arranged the set of all 80 free trades. However, clients may also need another subject of business than free trade. Most frequently it is a craft or a licenced trade, which, according to law, should be, written in the founding document of the company. It will therefore be necessary to convene a General Meeting and, therefore, there will be an additional fee for the notarial work.
  • Expanding the number of executives. By default, our companies have one executive. If the client wishes to introduce more company executives, it is necessary to convene a General Meeting and, therefore, there will be an additional fee for the notarial work.
  • Distribution of the company’s shares amongst more partners. By default our companies have one partner. If the client wishes to introduce more partners into the company, it will be necessary to divide the business shares of the company into more portions in the ratio determined by the client. The smallest portion is established as CZK 20,000 or CZK 1,000. It is necessary to convene a General Meeting and, therefore, there will be an additional fee for the notarial work.

 


 

HOW TO PROCESS YOUR ORDER

Select from our ready-made LLC (s. r. o.) companies for sale and make your on-line enquiry.

  1. You will receive an order form in your inbox, which needs to be completed in accordance with the instructions and then sent back to our e-mail address
  2. After sending the order form an employee of our company will contact you by phone or by e-mail to agree with you regarding an appointment in our office or at that of the cooperating NOTARY, where payment for our services is made in cash against the handing-over of the documents (or payment with an advance invoice)
  3. Depending on your desired changes to the company, the meeting at the Notary can proceed in two different ways:
    • preparing a notarial deed - this is necessary in the event of any major changes occurring in the company; typically these may be a change of the company name or of its Registered Office outside Prague, the allocation of shares for more partners, the change of its scope of business - adding trades other than free trades; and the verification of the signatures of the purchaser on the relevant documents (a proposal to the Commercial Register, a transfer contract, declarations by representatives of corporate bodies)
  4. Filing the Proposal to the Commercial Register by the responsible employee of our company
  5. After cca. 5 to 10 working days we shall notify you that your desired changes have been entered in the Commercial Register and that you can pick up the new excerpt from the Commercial Register

 


 

THE DOCUMENTS THAT WE NEED FROM YOU

The Executive Director:
An excerpt, not more than 2 months old, from the criminal record without an entry, from the Czech Republic and from the place of residence and from the State of which the person is a citizen
An identity card or a passport
Credible proof of a place of residence (only relevant to non-residents)

The partner:
An identity card or a passport and credible proof of the partner’s place of residence
If the partner is a legal entity, a certificate of incorporation or similar documentation for foreign companies

The Registered Address:
An excerpt, not more than 2 months old, from the Land Register in regard to the new headquarters
The consent of the property-owner to the location of the Registered Office of the company (the property-owner’s signature must be authenticated)

Trades:
A responsible representative - since the 1st August 2006 a legal entity does not need a responsible representative in regard to free trades
The Trade Act defines the conditions and the requirements for craft and licenced trades
An excerpt from the Land Register concerning the construction of a headquarters
The consent of the landowner to the location of the Registered Office of the company or to a lease contract

The Change of a Company Name:
The client is obliged to check a proposed new Company name at www.justice.cz – it may not be identical or may be confusingly similar to another business name in either a written or a phonetic form. Our company shall not be responsible for the execution nor for the failure to execute the change of the business name specified by the client. The name is checked by our cooperating Notary, however, and the client is always notified concerning the possibility of not recording a change.

The Validation of Documents:
All documents required must be submitted as originals or as certified copies in the Czech or Slovak languages.
Foreign documents must be translated into the Czech language by a certified translator (in the case of official EU languages a simple translation suffices).
Foreign public documents must be additionally verified in accordance with the international agreements (e.g. apostille, superlegalisation, etc.). An overview of the requirements for the verification of foreign public documents can be found here.

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