The Polish Trade Register
The Polish Trade Register is divided into three sections. The Register of Entrepreneurs in Poland contains details about individuals that perform any types of business activities in Poland. There is also the Register of Associations, social and professional organizations and public health service establishments and last but not least, the Polish Trade Register has a section for insolvent debtors in Poland, containing natural persons who have been declared insolvent by law. In Poland, a company under registration is a company that has been established but has not yet been registered in the National Court Register.
Besides company registration in Poland, the Trade Register also has the role to inform the public about the legal status, economic situation and other details about entrepreneurs and organizations. Therefore, access to the Polish Trade Register is facilitated and is available both by electronic means, on the website of the Ministry of Justice and at the local offices throughout Poland.
A company in Poland
can be incorporated and registered even if the foreign investor
willing to open a Polish company
cannot be present in the country at the time of the incorporation. He or she must appoint a representative and draw up a power of attorney
that mush include an apostille. Our Polish company formation agents
are qualified to assist and represent you during these procedures.