Following the Estonian legislation, it is compulsory to have a legal address on the country’s territory to register a company. So that, if necessary, state institutions could send information letters to this particular address.
The main difference between a virtual address and a physical address is that a legal address is simply a registered address and a company mailbox. Let’s imagine your company needs a physical/real office with further receipt of invoices in the name of a company or a company with activity in Estonia. In that case, the specialists of the Company in Estonia OÜ will be happy to help rent or purchase business premises for a physical office in Estonia.
It is important to note that the founder or founders draw up the legal address in the e-Business Register. The address will be indicated in the decision on the establishment of the company, the Articles of Association, and the registration card. The software guarantees that only real addresses are added. A step-by-step guide is added to your order confirmation.
So, in that way, the official Estonian Commercial Register (e-Business Register) will contain all the data about your company, including the legal address. If desired, the official data can be saved as a PDF document, or, if necessary, the contract concluded with us on ordering the Virtual Office Service will serve as a certificate. You will be required to confirm the legal address in some exceptional cases, which you can download from the Commercial Register.
Also, be aware that If you decide to change information regarding your business address in Estonia, you must pay a state fee of 18 EUR to the Estonian Ministry of Finance. It could happen if the legal address has changed or the company no longer has the right to use it.
Company in Estonia OÜ offers its clients to register the company’s legal address in the most prestigious business centre of Tallinn. Your future virtual office will be located at Tornimäe 7 in a premium skyscraper in the heart of the city. If necessary, we can prepare a utility bill, a crucial document for launching e-commerce on Amazon and opening an account with some banks in Europe.