Changes to the liquidators may be made after the opening of the liquidation process and before it is completed. The shareholder meeting may cancel the former liquidator and appoint another person instead. The liquidator may also resign himself.
Documents to be submitted:
- application form SE2;
- minutes of the meeting of shareholders (if changes are decided at the meeting of shareholders) (to be certified);
- the agreement of the new liquidator to take office (not to be submitted if the existing board member becomes the liquidator) (to certify the signatures);
- notice of leaving the position of the liquidator (if the liquidator has resigned himself);
- a receipt or a copy thereof, or a printout of an online bank payment, or information regarding the payment of the State fee.
Time limit for the submission of documents in the Enterprise Register: 14 days from the adoption of the decision.
If the liquidation process has been initiated on the initiative of the State Revenue Service or the Enterprise Register, the meeting of the participants shall not have the right to make changes to the composition of the liquidators.
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