Board Appointment: GmbH Acceptance Letters and Signature Sheets
This set of documents is required upon election of a chairman and/or other members of the Board of Managing Directors, or the appointment of any officer of a limited liability company (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung or GmbH) established in Switzerland.
The chairman and each member of the Board of Managing Directors must accept their mandate, provide a specimen signature, and will be entered in the commercial register in the place where the company is incorporated.
An officer who is authorized to represent the company must provide a specimen signature and be entered in the commercial register.
The signatures must be provided before a notary. If the notarisation is done by a non-Swiss notary, it has to be vested with an Apostille of the Hague (cross-border notarisation).
Documents are required to be provided in the official language of the relevant commercial registry. These templates are provided in German with English translation.
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Circumstances of Use
Acceptance letters and signature sheets are typically required on the appointment of a new member of the Board of Managing Directors or other corporate officer of a Swiss limited liability company (GmbH).
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You (the registered user through whose account the purchase is made) may:
- Access the document-generation interview for 90 days from date of purchase;
- Export and download an unlimited number of copies of the document(s) in Word or pdf format;
- Share and use the document copies in connection with the circumstances described in this Author’s Note and only for the ordinary business purposes of the group of companies to which you belong.
Exclusions and Limitations
As these documents are provided in German with English translation, they are not suitable for use by companies established in non-German speaking cantons.
Additional notarisation and/or legalisation of these documents is required.