Entrepreneurial consultations: company formation, an address and contact person services, accounting, VAT number, etc. specifically in Estonia, in EU.

Using an e-notary?

Estonian notaries have launched an e-notary service so that company owners can visit an Estonian Embassy abroad to transfer shares, instead of at a notary office in Estonia.

You can read more about this on the e-Residency blog here.

You can choose a notary by logging in with your digital ID at notar.ee.

Don’t worry too much about which one to choose, as long as they can conduct the transaction in English and are part of the e-notary scheme. Notary fees are regulated by law and they all provide the same good quality of service.

In the self-service you can:

  • Choose a notary and make an appointment
  • Initiate transactions and enter transaction details
  • Examine contracts before the transaction
  • View all your notarial transactions and invoices

You can use e-Notary in:

  • all over Estonia and in the following embassies:
  • Helsinki
  • Stockholm
  • Brussels
  • London
  • Riga

In the self-service you can:

  • Start and sell of companies shares
  • Certification of copies, printouts, signatures
  • Authentication of power of attorney
  • Apostille
  • etc.

What is the address of the e-notary?


Categories: Company liquitation, General
Tags: Company liquidation, e-Notary, Estonia
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