Last updated: 24 May 2018 .
The founders have to pay the share capital in a limited company. This amount must be minimum NOK 30,000.00. The expenses of formation can be covered by the share capital.
The share capital contributions must be confirmed before the company can be registered in The Register of Business Enterprises
If the shares are to be paid in cash, the confirmation may be given by an auditor, a bank, an attourney or an accountant. If the entire or parts of the share capital contribution is settled by non-cash assets, the confirmation must be given by an auditor.
You do not have any personal liability for the company’s obligations
In principle the shareholders of a limited company can only lose the share contributions each has made to the company. The creditors can only file claims against the company. That is why the Norwegian Limited Liability Companies Act contains several provisions limiting the shareholders’ right to withdraw funds from the company.