The liquidator’s right of representation is identified only from the business register.
Ametlikud Teadaande is the official online publication of the Republic of Estonia, in which announcements, invitations, and announcements are published for public announcement.
The data can be added by entering the e-business register as a natural person with your e-residency card, ID card, Mobile ID, or Smart ID.
Only the paid-in share capital can be returned.
The authorized capital and the funds remaining in the bank account can be returned to the owner 4 months after the start of the liquidation process.
This is intended to be published at www.ametlikudteadaanded.ee
…………… OÜ (registrikood ……………) (likvideerimisel) avaldab teadaande äriseadustiku (ÄS) § 212 lõike 1 alusel.
Võimalikele võlausaldajatele teatatakse ………….. OÜ (likvideerimisel) likvideerimismenetlusest.
Võlausaldajatel palume esitada oma nõuded nelja kuu jooksul käesoleva teate avaldamisest (ÄS § 212 lg 3)
There exist mandatory steps that must be undertaken in accordance with the law, pertaining to the liquidation of a company.
These steps include the following:
- A liquidation decision must be made by the members of the board. This decision will be legally signed and subsequently submitted to the Estonian business registry through the e-business registry environment. Although this process may also be carried out through a Power of Attorney, utilizing the services of an e-notary, it is recommended that the e-business registry is utilized.
- Notification of the liquidation process must be made available in the Government’s official notices center, which can be accessed at www.ametlikudteadaanded.ee.
- Preparation of the final balance sheet is required as part of the liquidation process.
- A decision to delete the company or any other relevant legal entity from the Estonian business registry must be made in accordance with legal requirements.
By adhering to these mandatory steps, entities can ensure that their liquidation process is carried out in compliance with legal requirements and regulations, ultimately minimizing any potential legal implications or consequences.
The usual liquidation process lasts at least half a year.
It starts with the initial decision and ends with the final balance and deletion from the register. A faster solution is to sell the company to us, and then we will continue with the liquidation ourselves.