|Certificate of registration in Norwegian||Free of charge||Free of charge*||181.00
|Certificate of registration in Norwegian |
with former names
|X||Free of charge*||181.00
|Certificate of registration in English, notarised||X||424.00||424.00
|Certificate of registration in English |
with former names, notarised
|X = The product is not available through this |
|*There will be a fee if you choose delivery by post||
Norwegian certificates can also be notarised. The fee for this is NOK 424. Normally the notarised certificates will be delivered by post after 1 working day. Others will be sent immediately as pdf-files in an e-mail.
A certificate of registration is
- a confirmation of registration in The Register of Business Enterprises
- a confirmation of who is responsible for the business
- an identification towards creditors, suppliers and customers
Example of a certificate of registration (pdf)
What is the difference between a certificate of registration and a register transcript?
A certificate of registration is only an available product on enterprises registered in the Register of Business Enterprises. If the enterprise is registered in the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities, you must instead order a register transcript. This transcript contains more detailed information than a certificate of registration, and is an identification towards banks, customers and suppliers.
A certificate of registration contains information about
- organisation number
- business name
- business address
- board members
- general manager
- signature and power of procuration
- share capital
- closure due to bankruptcy or dissolution
Certificate of registration in English
The certificate of registration does not contain information about the objectives as laid down in the articles of association. We can translate the objective into English. This may lead to longer processing time.
You can fill in this contact form if you wish the objective translated into English.