From 17 May 2023, submission of application for registration of companies before the Serbian Business Registers’ Agency (SBRA) will be available only in electronic form, via specific user application. Starting from 17 May, electronic application for registration of companies in the SBRA will be mandatory, meaning that paper application will no longer be accepted from this date.
Mandatory e-registration of companies refers to limited liability companies, general partnerships, limited partnerships and joint stock companies.
In order to submit the application, the applicant must have the following:
e-Registration of the of single-member and multi-member LLC is done via the application of the SBRA.
SBRA has published a Guide in pictures for e-registration of LLC on its website in order to make the use of this application easier for its users. For more information, please see SBRA’s website.
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