Changes to a company online

In a few minutes and without visits to the authorities.

  • Any changes within a week
    Sale of shares, change of managing director or new company name? We will take care of it.
  • You won’t meet the authorities
    With us, everything is done simply from your desk, you only have to go to the post office once.
  • Get rid of worries and save time
    For less than two thousand crowns, you will save days otherwise spent going around the authorities.
1 999 CZK without VAT

+ legal fees

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Virtuanum, s.r.o. responded quickly to all requests. The advantage was that you do not have to go anywhere and all the necessary formalities were solved online. Thank you and I recommend it.

Jan Frolík

Perfect service, company established at the agreed time, no worries. In addition, we use the option of virtual headquarters. I can highly recommend.

Daniel Sojka

I can recommend, very good and fast communication on a regular basis. You always have an overview of what is happening with the company you are setting up and what is pending for example. I rate this very positively.

Radka Drahorádová

I can highly recommend Virtuanum, s.r.o. to everyone. Professional approach, expert advice and literally luxury price. When they can’t answer the phone immediately, they always call back and explain everything professionally. Everything we agreed on has always been delivered on time. Everything was done in order. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a similar service. Maximum satisfaction.

Libor Vyroba

Setting up a company, an account, a trade, registration of an FU, a registered office at a good address, etc… Everything without problems, clear and with appropriate instructions remotely. Fast communication, good price. I’ve worked with them twice and will do it again if needed.


High level, speed, lucrative address. I recommend!

Alita Mozart

I am satisfied with Virtuanum services, I find the offer clearly organized and valuable. The communication was absolutely harmonious, including the prompt resolution of accidental situations. Simply satisfaction.

Miroslav Dostál

How much does each change cost?

Prices are approximate, final price may be higher. The specific pricing is done by the notary for each order individually based on the articles of incorporation of the company (type of company, number of shareholders, etc.). 

What would you like to change… with VirtuanumLegal fees (e.g. Notary, authorities fees, revenue stamps…) from
Change of a company’s registered office address within town area2 000 CZK
Change of a company’s registered office address within CZE7 880 CZK
Change in company’s name7 880 CZK
Change of the Director7 880 CZK
Change of the company shareholder/member7 880 CZK
Extending or reducing the subject of business in the case of an unqualified trade license1 999 CZK
(+ legal fees)
7 920 CZK
Extending or reducing the subject of business in the case of vocational, professional or permitted trade licenses9 410 CZK
More changes to be covered at once – e.g. name, registered office address, change of Director12 940 CZK
More changes to be covered at once – e.g. name, registered office address, change of Director and change of company member/shareholder12 940 CZK
More changes to be covered at once – e.g. name, registered office address, change of Director and change of company member/shareholder (form 100 EUR companies)15 980 CZK
Other changesIndividually tailored price

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If the new partner or managing director of the company is in execution or insolvency, please contact us first. An individual assessment by a notary is required to determine whether it is possible for the person to act as a partner or managing director.

How to make a change in the company?

Changes in a limited liability company

The most frequent changes in a company include a change of the registered office, company name, managing director or expansion or contraction of the subject of business. These changes are usually decided by the general meeting or the shareholder and if such a change leads to a modification of the articles of association (or the articles of incorporation), remember that a notarial deed must be obtained.

When the company’s governing body decides on the change, you have to file a petition for its registration in the commercial register with the competent court, just as you did when the company was founded. A notary public can do the same for you. Some changes, such as a change of the company’s registered office, also require notification to the trade and tax authorities.

At Virtuanum we handle the changes for you

Instead of tediously completing the steps yourself, you can leave it to the professionals. At Virtuanum, we can handle any change for you within a week.

Just fill out the basic form and verify 1 signature at the post office. You can leave everything else to us. You will save dozens of hours of time and you won’t have to deal with officials.

Change of the company’s registered office

According to the law, each company has only one registered office, but you can choose whether it will be physical or virtual. In any case, you cannot exist as a legal entity without a registered office.

If you move your registered office to another city within the Czech Republic, for example, you need the consent of all partners and you also need to change the incorporation document. You should therefore take into account obtaining a notarial deed. If it is only a change of address in one municipality, the managing director as the statutory body can decide on this step without the need to have a notarial deed.

After the decision has been made, the managing director must first submit a proposal for registration of the change in the Commercial Register and, together with this, submit other necessary documents such as the decision of the shareholders (or the minutes of the general meeting), consent to the provision of a registered office, the full text of the constituent document and an extract from the Land Registry.

The court should then decide on the change within 5 days of receiving the petition. Once the court has decided on the change of registered office, you then have 15 days to inform the other relevant authorities. You must contact:

  • Tax office
  • Trade Licensing Office
  • Health insurance company (within 8 days of the decision if the company has employees)

As part of the change, make sure that the new location meets all legal obligations, especially the company’s signage on the building.

Change of name of Ltd. (s.r.o.)

You can change the company name whenever you see fit. However, as this is a crucial step, it is important not to underestimate it and therefore think carefully about the renaming. Of course, changing the name of the company also leads to a modification of the articles of incorporation, so in this case a resolution of all the shareholders and a notarial deed are necessary.

The basic conditions that arise from the law are that the name must not be misleading, defamatory or offensive. Importantly, it must not be confused with the name of an existing company, so don’t hesitate to do your research carefully to avoid any disputes in the future. 

You can use our online verifier to check for conflicts with existing company names.

Similar to a change of registered office, you must submit a proposal for registration of the change in the Commercial Register after the decision. Once the court confirms the change, the only thing left to do is to report the change to your business partners and other entities (banks, insurance companies, etc.), or to make further adjustments to invoices, stamps, etc.

Change of managing director

The managing director is the statutory body of the company and several reasons may lead to his change, ranging from his own resignation, the end of the term for which he was to hold the position, to dissatisfaction of other members of the company with his work. In any case, such a change must be decided by the general meeting and if the company has only one shareholder, then the decision is of course up to him.

If the articles of association do not provide for this, then in this case it is not necessary to make a decision in the form of a notarial deed. An exception may be a situation where the number of managing directors of the company changes, in which case notarial entry is a condition.

Once a new managing director has been appointed, this change must also be entered in the Commercial Register.

Expansion or narrowing of the scope of business

Since the subject of the business is an essential part of the articles of association and any changes also lead to the modification of this document, it is necessary to take a decision in the form of a notarial deed. In this case, the changes are decided by all the shareholders and at least ⅔ of the shareholders must agree to the adoption – unless the contract stipulates a different condition.

Once the change has been accepted, the company must draw up a new full version of the articles of association and, where appropriate, apply for the relevant trade licences (if the business is being expanded).

Once all the formalities have been fulfilled, it is traditionally necessary to file a petition for registration of the changes in the Commercial Register.

Transfer of shares in Ltd. (s.r.o.)

According to Act on Business Corporations each shareholder can transfer his share in the company to another shareholder. However, the articles of association may condition such an act on the consent of one of the company’s bodies (e.g. the general meeting). Similarly, shareholders may transfer their shares to a third party. However, the consent of the general meeting is required for such a move, unless the articles of association provide otherwise.

Dissolution of Ltd. (s.r.o.)

If we are talking about “voluntary” liquidation of a limited liability company, then it is necessary that the general meeting decides on this step. As in the case of, for example, the expansion or reduction of the scope of business, this decision must be taken by at least a ⅔ majority of votes or by agreement of all the shareholders. If the company has only one shareholder, then the decision is his/her personal decision. In any case, the decision and the agreement must be in the form of a notarial deed.

The decision on liquidation must include the date on which the company is dissolved and who will be its liquidator.

Position of liquidator

This function may be entrusted to any person who is eligible to be a statutory body (i.e. self-employed, of good character, etc.). The liquidator may also be one of the shareholders. If no liquidator is appointed, the liquidation shall be carried out by the managing director (§ 189 prgh. 2 New Civil Code).

The liquidator’s duties include, among other things, to take an inventory of the assets and prepare the accounts so that the liquidation balance can be accurately determined. Another important task of the liquidator is to publish an invitation to potential creditors (business partners or employees) to submit their claims against the liquidated company. On an ongoing basis, the liquidator must also assess the solvency (assets) of the liquidated company.

The liquidator shall publish a notice of the dissolution of the company and its entry into liquidation in the Commercial Bulletin. At the moment of the distribution of the liquidation balance, a written declaration shall be issued stating that the company’s liabilities have been settled. Within 30 days of the distribution of the balance, a petition must be filed to have the liquidated company removed from the commercial register. Once the change is noted here, the company officially ceases to exist.

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