Virtual registered office
What is a virtual registered office? Can your office be at an address where you don’t conduct the business? How to get the consent of the property owner? All these questions will be answered in this section.
Common sense says that the company's headquarters is simply the place where you do business. Legally, it's not that simple. The law makes a distinction between the formal and actual registered office of a business. We'll explain the difference between the two. Formal registered office The registered office is generally considered to be the…Whole article
When you register your company, you provide the address where you plan to formally establish your business. However, you can't use any location - there are legal criteria for the registered office too. Read on to find out what they are. What is the purpose of a registered office? The registered office is the place from which you officially run…Whole article
There are several formalities involved in starting a business - among them the determination of the company's registered office or trade. However, you often cannot do without the consent of the owner of the property in question. Read on to find out what to think about before registering. WHY DO YOU NEED CONSENT FOR THE LOCATION OF THE REGISTERED…Whole article
A virtual office for your company at an address in the centre of Prague or Brno - that sounds great. But how can you access your company correspondence if you live elsewhere? To keep you in the loop, we've described the mail service that comes with every virtual office we offer. VIRTUAL REGISTERED OFFICE IS NOT JUST AN ADDRESS IN THE COMMERCIAL REGISTE The…Whole article
If you do not want to start a company and you have decided to do business under a trade licence instead, you will certainly come across the concept of place of business of self-employed person. This is basically the "seat of a self-employed person" and has a lot in common with a company seat. PLACE OF BUSINESS VS. COMPANY SEAT The term place of business…Whole article