Estonian Company Certified Documents
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How it works?
- Enter your company name
- Select necessary documents from the list
- Enter contact and delivery information
- Submit the order and pay
The team at 1DOX will take care of the rest.
Get your urgent documents shipped quickly and comfortably!
It takes only 3-5 minutes to get all the necessary documents ready
You might need to present certified or pdf documents with registry data to prove your company’s existence or being in good standing.
With CorpDocs, you’ll have easy access to:
Registry cards, also known as:
– certificate of good standing
– certificate of incorporation
– registry extract
Articles of association, also known as
– memorandum of association
Tax residency certificates
Submitted annual reports
Our team is here to help you personally
After you have submitted the order, we’ll assign a personal aide to complete it. They will also take responsibility for completing the order.
If you have any specific requests for us, please add them to the notes box before or after submitting your order.
1DOX is also capable of providing other company-related certified documents like license certificates or translations into other languages. Feel free to ask, as we can most likely fulfil your order.
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Frequently asked questions
There are six basic documents related to Estonian companies:
– Registry card – view example
– Extended registry card – view example
– Extended registry card with the history – view example
– Company ultimate beneficiary owners list – view example
– Tax residency certificate – view example
– Articles of Association – view example
In the Business Register, there is only an Estonian version of the Articles of Association, unless both languages and texts are used parallelly.
The easiest way to get the Articles of Association in English is to translate the Estonian version. Additionally, obtaining certified articles in English as hard copies should be done with a sworn translator. These documents can afterwards be apostilled or legalized if needed.
The Business Register is issuing registry cards in both Estonian and English.
Certified registry cards as hard copies must be certified by a notary and afterwards apostilled or legalized if needed.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board is issuing tax residency certificates in Estonian, English and Russian languages.
To get a certified Tax residency certificate as a hard copy, it should be certified by a notary and afterwards apostilled or legalized if needed.
There is no Certificate of Good Standing issued by the Estonian Business Register.
The closest document is the company registry card which contains almost all the information that the Certificate of Good Standing would reveal.