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Extracts from the commercial register of Palestine

Schmidt & Schmidt provides extracts from the commercial register of Palestine with a translation and an apostille as pdf-file via e-mail.

The State of Palestine is a partially recognised, sovereign state in the Middle East. The independency of Palestine is recognised by the majority of the UN-states. Palestine is a semi-presidential republic, with the president as head of state. Local currency is the Israeli New Shekel (ILS), the official language is Arabic. Palestine is a member of the Arab League, the UNESCO and has an observer status at the United Nations (UN).

Palestine's economy was severely damaged by israeli and european sanctions. The country is heavily dependant on financial support from abroad. The foundation of the economy is agriculture.

The legal system is under development. It draws inspiration from islamic, british, jordanian and israli law.

Corporate practice is regulated by domestic laws.

Main types of businesses:

  • Public joint-stock company
  • Private joint-stock company
  • Regular Public Company
  • Foreign company

The Ministry of National Economy is responsible for registration in the commercial register of Palestine. The Ministry also issues licences.

Contents of the commercial register of Palestine:

  • Full legal name
  • Type of business
  • Registration date
  • Tax number
  • Registration date
  • Registered capital
  • Contact details
  • Current status (active/inactive)
  • Additional data

NB: Information about some companies may be unavailable, or available for a fee.

Information on the directors and shareholders of international companies is not publicly available, therefore just the information on directors and shareholders of local companies is included in the extract.

Search in the register is not free of charge. Search results are sent to you within 7-14 days after request submission.

To get a required document, we will need the following information about a company:

  • Full legal name
  • Registration number

Legalization of extracts from Palestine

Palestine did not accede to The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents in 1966. Therefore, all palestinian documents are subject to legalization.

An extract from the business register of Palestine can be used in order to:

  • Obtain detailed information about potential business partners
  • Negotiate foreign trade agreements
  • File legal claims

You can order free preliminary availability check of required information on our website.


Service Price incl. German VAT 19% Price excl. VAT
Price for an Electronic Extract from Palestine from 119,00 from 100,00
Price for the translation of an Extract from Palestine from 41,65 from 35,00
Price for an Extract with Apostille without international shipping from 1190,00 from 1000,00

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In our video we explain the definition and function of a commercial register and how you can verify the reliability and solvency of your foreign business partner.

Should you wish to check the sincerity of your foreign business partner’s request, Schmidt&Schmidt will gladly assist you.

We offer extracts from the commercial registers of more than 100 different registers in countries spread all around the globe. Additionally, we offer annual statements for a variety of companies. The original extract from any commercial register can be sent to you by mail or as a pdf-file via e-mail. Besides that, commercial register extracts can be authenticated with an apostille.

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