Our partner notaries accompany the liquidation of your GmbH 100% digitally. No matter where you are in the world.
From EUR 1099 (net).
The exact costs depend on the number of shareholders and whether you bring documents prepared by a lawyer or whether they are prepared by our partner notaries.
Please note that these costs also include the cash expenses incurred in the notary's office.
For the liquidation of a GmbH you usually need the following documents in any case:
Notarially certified resolution on dissolution
Written application for deletion from the commercial register, with certified signature, stating the reason for the deletion.
If you wish, our partner notaries can draft these documents for you.
In principle, this offer applies to the liquidation of a GmbH in Austria.
If you wish to liquidate a German GmbH, please contact us at here.
The liquidation of a limited liability company usually takes place in four steps. Start liquidating your GmbH online right now via notarity.
The first step is to dissolve the GmbH. In order to legally record the resolution to dissolve the company and the start of the liquidation, minutes of the general meeting must be notarised.
The dissolution of the GmbH must be published and the creditors are requested to come forward. The publication must be made in the edict file. This can also be done by our partner notaries.
Known creditors must be informed directly. This is followed by the settlement of creditors' claims. The remaining assets may be distributed to the shareholders at the earliest three months after the announcement.
Upon completion of the liquidation, the liquidator must prepare a final balance sheet. The shareholders must discharge the liquidator(s) by a notarised shareholders' resolution.
The liquidator must submit a certified application to request the deletion of the GmbH from the commercial register.
The application must be accompanied by a tax clearance certificate from the tax office and the resolution on the discharge of the liquidators.
The final termination takes place when the GmbH no longer has any assets and its deletion is entered in the commercial register.
Here you can find out more about some issues in connection with the liquidation of your GmbH
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via our Contact form.
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You book an appointment online with one of our partner notaries. Appointments are flexible and available at short notice between 7 am - 10 pm Central European Time (CET).
Register on app.notarity.com. The first step is to verify your identity. For this, you need a valid identification document (passport or ID card), a mobile phone and about 15min of time.
You will meet a partner notary at the booked appointment. The appointment takes place on app.notarity.com in a video call.
In the appointment, you sign the documents with a qualified electronic signature. The signature will be issued to you during the onboarding process.
After your online appointment, you can download the notarially executed documents. The digitally signed PDF documents are always the original documents. Upon request, we can also send you a physical copy by post for an additional charge of EUR 70 (net).
Before downloading the documents, you must pay for them online.
Appointments for online notarisation for a GmbH can be booked at short notice, usually with one hour's notice.
Since the liquidation of the GmbH must be published in the edict file for at least three months, the liquidation will take at least three months from the first online notarial appointment.
The certified documents can only be used for a liquidation of an Austrian GmbH.
Online notarisation at our partner notaries is the easiest, fastest and most flexible way to liquidate your GmbH.
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