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A Dutch LLC is established by a minimum of one incorporator through the execution of an Incorporation Deed before a Latin Notary. The Deed contains the new LLC’s constitution that is considered as company law. It must cover all procedures of the entity and is relevant to all operations of the newly established company.

The Incorporation Deed includes the AoA that present the following information:

  • Company name;
  • Registered office,
  • Purpose and range of activities;
  • Amount of authorized capital, stated value and share class;
  • Financial year;
  • Managing directors’ authority;
  • Appointment of a Board of Supervisors;
  • Any limitation on the transfer and issue of shares;
  • Other relevant rules with respect to organization of meetings and adoption of resolutions. The Incorporation Deed can be executed only when certified by the Latin Notary.

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