Remission of a claim for notarial certification of signatures for registration of legal entities
According to the Federal law, henceforth a notarial certification of signatures of applicants is not necessary for registration of new legal entities.
Now the applicant is sufficient to come to the Federal Tax Service with an identity document where he will have to put his signature in the presence of an inspector (in this case he will perform the role of a notary officer).
Earlier a notarized signature was not required for registration of individual entrepreneurs, but it was necessary for introduction of amendments to the information about IE and cessation of activity as an IE. Now it is not necessary even for that.
Moreover, the law allows registration of legal entity through a representative with a notarized power of attorney.
If two people want to register a new organization, only one of them can come to the Federal Tax Service, and the other one’s signature should be notarized. If there are more applicants, they can together issue a notarized power of attorney in the name of one person.
The law also allows submitting documents for registration of legal entities through the site of the Federal Tax Service (in this case documents should be certified by a reinforced qualified electronic signature).
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