Industry and Commerce Organs shall perform prudent and reasonable examination duties on the establishment and registration of Companies
According to the relevant laws and regulations of our country, the relevant industrial and commercial organs have the right to register the establishment of Companies in their jurisdictions. In the process of establishing registration, the registration authority shall examine whether the application materials are complete and whether they conform to the legal form. The application material conforms to the statutory form means that the application material conforms to the statutory time limit, the recorded items conform to the statutory requirements, and the document format conforms to the norms.
According to the relevant laws and regulations, the industrial and commercial organs shall perform prudent and reasonable examination duties on the materials submitted by the applicants, rather than substantive examination duties, when conducting the registration of the establishment of the company. In practice, the relevant industrial and commercial organs will generally provide for the verification of substantive content. On the contrary, the relevant laws clearly stipulate that the applicant should be responsible for the authenticity of the application documents and materials, and those who provide false materials should bear corresponding responsibilities.
Author: Liangjun Ma, founding partner and lawyer of Shanghai G-road Law Firm
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