The agriculture industry in Czech Republic
represents one of the traditional fields of business in this country. Investors who want to open a company in Czech Republic
in the agriculture can start export activities, which are mainly represented by products such as milk, livestock, grains or sugar
. Our team of Czech lawyers
can offer legal assistance when opening an agricultural company
, which will require special permits
, issued in accordance with the specific field of activity in which the business will operate.
Register a Czech agriculture company
A company operating in the Czech agriculture sector must be registered following the standard registration procedure. A Czech company
must have a unique trading name
, which will be registered with the Ministry of Justice
Then, it is required to notarize the company’s statutory documents
, depending on the legal entity chosen for incorporation. Most of the companies in Czech Republic
are incorporated as limited liability companies
and, in this case, it is necessary to notarize the company’s articles of association and the memorandum
in front of a public notary. It is important to know that the Czech notaries
will impose a registration fee, depending on the minimum share capital
required for incorporation. For example, in the case of a company registered with a capital of CZK 100,000
, the notary will impose a fee of 2%
out of this sum.
The company’s capital
must be deposited in a bank account
opened at a local commercial bank
and our team of lawyers in Czech Republic
can provide legal assistance on the main documents that must be submitted with the bank.
Later on, the company must be registered for taxation purposes with the Tax Office.
Main types of agriculture activities in Czech Republic
When opening a company in Czech Republic
as an agriculture business
, the investors are advised to study the main characteristics of the local market. In Czech Republic
, the main activities are related to the following products:
• livestock (sheep and goats).
As mentioned above, any company operating in this field must obtain business licenses
, a requirement that also must be completed for businesses involved in import-export activities