We will prepare and submit the address for service report form for persons representing the company.
What we offer
ADVANTAGES OF LEASING THE ADDRESS FOR SERVICE:
- You do not have to provide information on your place of residence or registered nplace of residence.
- We will prepare and submit on your behalf documents to the National Court Register
- Correspondence from courts will be timely collected.
- Correspondence is scanned and sent directly to your e-mail address.
- Address for service:
– semi-annual fee – PLN 150 net
– annual fee – PLN 300 net
- Filing the address for service report form with the National Court Register [KRS]: PLN 100 net
On 15 March 2018 a new amendment to the act on the National Court Register came into force. The amendment imposes on persons authorized to the represent the company, the obligation to attach to the application to the National Court Register not only their consent for the appointment but also to include their addresses for service.
The additional obligation concerns primarily limited liability companies and joint-stock companies and consists in the requirement to provide a list with the name, surname and address for service (or business name or name and registered office) of members of the governing bodies of the company or persons authorized to appoint the management board. This list shall be submitted together with the first application for an entry to the National Court Register. In the case where the shareholder is a corporate entity, names, surnames and addresses for service of members of the governing body authorized to represent this corporate entity will need to be provided (new art. 19a par. 5d sentence 1-2 of the act on the National Court Register).
In the case where the person authorized to represent the company is a person whose address is outside the territory of the EU, the attorney for services in Poland should be indicated.
Address for service does not need to be a registered place of residence or a place of residence, however it needs to guarantee that the court letters and decisions concerning the interested parties (added art. 133 par. 2 of the Code of Civil Procedure) will be collected. The address shall not be disclosed in the current copy of an entry in the National Court Register.
Addresses will be gathered in the registry files of the entities. These files are open to the public. In accordance with art. 10 par. 1 of the act on the National Court Register, everyone has the right to access the registry files of the entities entered to the National Court Register unless the law provides otherwise.
Any change in the address shall be reported
In accordance with art. 19a par. 5b of the act on the National Court Register every change of the address for service shall be reported to the registry court and the statement referred to in par. 5 shall be attached. Until the new address for service has been reported, the service of correspondence shall be made to the address submitted to the registry files.
Reporting the new address shall be exempt from court fee.
Failure to report a change of the address shall result in leaving the court letter in the files of the case with the result as if served (added art. 139 par. 3(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure).
Please note that – even in the case where there was no change in the governing bodies authorized to represent the company – every company that did not provide addresses for service will need to provide them within 18 months from the date of entry into force of the amendment. In the case of matters already pending in the first instance, the court will ex officio call to supplement your data with address for service.
By the middle of September 2019 the latest or at the first contact with the National Court Register i.e. when reporting any changes such as change of the registered office or change of the address of the registered office.