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Poland Company Documents

Copies of Official Company Documents

Copies of the official filed Polish documents can be obtained for you from the National Court Register (KRS).

This includes copies of:

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing / Letter of Good Standing
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association / Statutes

Establishing the existence of a Polish company and obtaining copies of official company documents held at the National Court Register (KRS) may be required for:

  • Due Diligence - confirmation of a company’s existence
  • Legal requirements - certified company documents

Apostille

An Apostille Certificate enables the presenter to bypass any further legislation to ensure immediate use of a documents in the country of intent.

It involves the addition of a certificate, either stamped on the document itself or attached to the document which certifies:

  • Country of origin of the document
  • Name and identity of the signature - Capacity in which a document has been signed
  • Official seal - Name of authority which has affixed a seal or stamp to the document
  • Place, date and document number

Using an Apostille Certificate on your Company Documents

An Apostille certificate can be obtained for any company document. This is particularly useful if you intend to execute overseas business. We can assist you with documents legalisation.

The following list is an example of some of the many documents that we legalise:

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Memorandum of Association/ Statues
  • Articles of Association
  • Company Registers
Company Search
Standard
£86
Director's Report & Accounts
Standard
£64
Courier Service
Standard
£60

Understanding Certification

Standard

Documents direct from the Company Registry.

Certified

Documents that come direct from the registry are certified as true copies.

Apostilled

An Apostille enables the presenter to bypass further certification and use the documents in another country, it involves the addition of a certificate which certifies:

  • Country of origin of the document
  • Name and identity of the signature - capacity in which a document has been signed
  • Official Seal - Name of authority which has affixed a seal or stamp to the document
  • Place, date and document number
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