The NCCG position on bill on amendments to the Federal Law "On state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs".
The bill envisages the abolition of double control over the reliability of the signature of the applicant. In particular, the draft law introduces the following amendments to legislation:
- excluded the necessity of the notarial certification of the signature of the applicant in case of his personal submission of documents in registering body;
- provided the possibility of submitting documents for state registration and receipt of documents in registering body representative of the applicant on the basis of power of attorney.
The National Corporate Governance Council considers it necessary to note, that the bill is intended to facilitate the procedure of registration of legal entities, provides effective legal mechanisms to achieve this goal, and will be positively perceived by the business community since it will significantly simplify the procedure of creating a new legal entity.