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Process: step by step
- Provide your contacts.
- Pay for the service you choose in a convenient way.
- You choose the most relevant and suitable company from our list of available finished ones.
- Sign the automatically generated sales agreement.
- Enter the necessary information in the provided questionnaire about the planned activities of the company, its management, and owners.
- Sign and download automatically generated documents.
- Done. Now you are the official owner of a ready-to-operate joint-stock company.
What if I accidentally logged out of the 1Bedrift.no service without finishing the schemes?
Nothing. You will be emailed instructions and a link to your profile together with the receipt for payment for the 1Bedrift.no services. Following this link, you can continue registration without losing data.
The link is valid for 30 days
How much does it cost?
Purchasing a ready- to operate joint-stock company, you must transfer the share capital of NOK 30,000. The company will be charged the state duty for the registration of the company in Brønnøysund NOK 5 570. It can be paid with the share capital. The same duty of NOK 1,440 is charged for the name change of the company
What should I do?
1Bedrift.no specialists will do everything for you. You just need to put your electronic signature following the instructions of our specialists.
Do I have to pay share capital?
Do I have to pay share capital?
When you buy a ready- to operate joint-stock company, you undertake the obligation to return the previously paid share capital in the amount of NOK 30,000. After the sale end purchase transaction, you must contact any Norway bank, sign a banking agreement and transfer NOK 30,000. You can use these funds for your new company. We recommend making such a transfer for the return of equity capital asap.
Why does the company have to return or pay the state duty for registering a joint-stock company?
The company you bought is officially registered in Norway and is ready to operate. The state duty for registering a new joint-stock company in Norway is NOK 5 570. This amount has either already been paid by 1Bedrift.no or your new company will receive this invoice from Brrønnøysund. It is impossible to register a joint-stock company without paying a state duty.
Do the listed companies have a bank account?
No. All companies listed by 1Bedrift.no have no bank accounts.
Can I be sure that 1Bedrift.no companies are not debtors or guilty to third parties?
1Bedrift.no guarantees that all listed companies have never been active. All companies were created for further sale.
Can a shareholder be CEO and chairman at the same time?
Yes of course. It is normal for a shareholder to be the manager of their company.
I am a foreigner and do not have a Norwegian personal or D. number. Can I buy a company?
Yes, you can acquire a company and become a shareholder (owner), but you cannot be a CEO or a Chairman without a Norwegian personal or D. number.
You need to email Norus Accounting AS firstname.lastname@example.org and explain the problem. They will help you get all the documents you need to register a company in Norway.
Is another legal entity allowed to buy the company?
Yes. Enter the data of the legal entity in the 1Bedrift.no service and you will receive documents that establish that your organization is a buyer.