Enterprise Registration

Act CXXI of 1999 on economic chambers lays down a set of rights and obligations for both enterprises and economic chambers.*

Enterprises (both individual and corporate enterprises) must:

  • apply for registration to the regional chamber.
  • pay an annual contribution to the public duties of chambers for the benefit of the regional chamber keeping the register (until 31 March in the given year).

Chambers must:

  • issue a certificate as proof of contribution payment.
  • provide enterprises with their statutory services for free (giving economic, financial, tax, and borrowing advice; seeking business partners and tender monitoring).

Act CXXI of 1999 on economic chambers lays down a set of rights and obligations for both enterprises and economic chambers.*

Enterprises (both individual and corporate enterprises) must:

  • apply for registration to the regional chamber.
  • pay an annual contribution to the public duties of chambers for the benefit of the regional chamber keeping the register (until 31 March in the given year).

Chambers must:

  • issue a certificate as proof of contribution payment.
  • provide enterprises with their statutory services for free (giving economic, financial, tax, and borrowing advice; seeking business partners and tender monitoring).

Voluntary members may deduct their contributions from their membership fees.

*The Act does not apply to agriculture. Likewise, private veterinaries, lawyers, individual patent administrators, notaries public and individual court bailiffs need not apply for registration.

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