Becoming an entrepreneur takes ambition, especially when you want to set up a company, branch or subsidiary abroad. It can also be time-consuming to get all the paperwork done. To help companies and entrepreneurs save precious time in Belgium and Flanders, it will no longer be necessary to physically go to the notary to put your signature on the authentic deed required to start a company.
As such, the Federal Council of Ministers approved a preliminary draft law amending the Companies Code and the Law of 16 March 1803 on the Notary Profession. This draft aims to apply a European directive regarding the use of digital tools and processes in the context of company law.