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Company Name Change: Re-registration of VAT Payer without Application Based on EDR Information

  • A company has changed its name and needs to be re-registered as a VAT payer.
  • Re-registration is done by the State Tax Service based on information from the Unified State Register.
  • According to the law, a legal entity must have a name that includes information about its organizational and legal form.
  • Conversion of a legal entity refers to a change in its organizational and legal form, and all assets, rights, and obligations are transferred to the new entity.
  • Re-registration of a VAT payer is done according to the rules and deadlines set for VAT registration.
  • Re-registration is required in case of conversion or changes in the VAT payer’s information related to the tax number or name, not associated with liquidation or reorganization.
  • The VAT payer must submit an application within 10 working days of the changes or other grounds for re-registration.
  • The application is submitted electronically to the controlling authority.
  • The record of re-registration is entered into the VAT payer register within three working days of receiving the application.
  • Re-registration due to a change in the name of a VAT payer listed in the Unified State Register is done by the controlling authority based on the information from the register.
  • Re-registration for a converted VAT payer is done by submitting an application with the label “Re-registration” within 10 working days of the new entity’s registration.
  • Failure to submit the re-registration application within the specified timeframe will result in the cancellation of the VAT payer’s registration.


Note that this post was (partially) written with the help of AI. It is always useful to review the original source material, and where needed to obtain (local) advice from a specialist.


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