Frequent mistakes made by applicants when registering legal entities, recommendations of the Federal Tax Serviceof the Russian Federation

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Key mistakes made by applicants when preparing documents for the state registration of new legal entities:

Most often, applicants submit an incorrect application in Form No. P11001:

  • grammatical and technical deficiencies are present;
  • OKVED codes that do not exist in the All-Russian Classifier of Economic Activities OK 029-2014 (KDES Ed. 2) are indicated;
  • the address of a company is indicated, information about which is not in the State Address Register;
  • incorrect passport data of the founders/managers of the future company are indicated;
  • Sheet I “Information on the Applicant” is incompletely filled in for each of the founders of the legal entity to be registered.

Incomplete or erroneous documents were submitted to the registration authority:

  • the constituent document or the decision to establish the organization is missing or incompletely executed;
  • there is a mismatch of dates: the charter, which contains the date and number of approval (decision or protocol), does not correspond with the approval (decision or protocol) submitted along with it.

It is also important to note that state registration will be rejected if:

  • documents were submitted to the registration authority with information about the founder or manager of the legal entity, who was previously associated with the company excluded from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities due to debts or unreliable information.
  • refusal is possible in the presence of the grounds specified in paragraph 4 of Article 7.8 of the Federal Law of 07.08.2001 № 115-FZ “On Combating Legalization (Laundering) of Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism”. The restrictive period is 3 years.

The existence of restrictions can be checked in the “Transparent Service” service on the website of the Federal Tax Service of Russia.