The Kingdom of Bhuan is a landlocked country in South Asia. The country is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with the king as head of state. Local currency is the Ngultrum (BTN), as well as the Indian Rupee (INDR). The official language is Dzongkha. Bhutan is a member of the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other international organisations.
Bhutan suffers from major economical problems, however in recent times the country has made economical progress. The majority of the working population works in agriculture (roughly 60%), the leading economical sector however is the industry (46% of the GDP). Tourism also plays a major role. Bhutan's main foreign trade partner is India, electrical energy being the largest export product.
Bhutan is among the least corrupt countries in Asia.
Bhutan has a mixed legal system, based mostly on indian law, domestic law and Common Law.
Corporate practice is regulated in the Companies Act of 2009, 2014 and other legal statutes.
Main types of businesses:
- Private company
- Government company
- Public company
The Company Registry Division (Department of Industry, Ministry of Economic Affairs) is responsible for registration in the commercial register.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs was established in 1967.
Contents of the commercial register of Bhutan
- Full legal name
- Registration number and date
- Type of business
- Local registering authority
- Registered capital
- Status of company
- Main activities
- Legal address
- Directors and founders
- Other information
NB: Information about some companies may be unavailable, or available for a fee.
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
- Previous company name
- Registration number
Legalization of extracts from Bhutan
Bhutan did not accede to The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents in 1966. Therefore, all bhutanese documents are subject to legalization.
An extract from the business register of Bhutan can be used in order to:
- Obtain detailed information about potential business partners
- Negotiate foreign trade agreements
- File legal claims
You can order an extract without mandatory registration or subscription. Just complete our form and our employees will investigate for missing information, provide you with the extract, translate it to English and deliver the original, the translation as well as the bill for our services to you via mail.
There is no risk involved for you as we provide you with the documents in question on a fixed price. If requested, we will have the extract verified and apostilled. The documents are sent to you by mail. Special fees for the apostille apply.
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 Bhutan||from 119,00 €||from 100,00 €|
|Price for the translation of an Extract from Bhutan||from 47,06€||from 35,00€|
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