Regulated activityPrint

Regulated activity is activity which may be carried out provided that specific conditions stipulated by law are met. Conducting regulated business activity requires an entry in the register of business activity. However, an entry in the register of regulated activity should not be confused with registration of a business in the Central Register and Information on Business (CEIDG) or the National Court Register (KRS), because these are separate registers. There is no single authority registering regulated activity - depending on the nature of this activity, the registration authority is the competent authority responsible for a particular area. For example, in the case of business activity involving the production and bottling of wine the registration authority is the minister responsible for agriculture, whereas the registration authority for telecommunications activity is the President of the Office of Electronic Communications (UKE).

The procedure of submitting an application for entry in the register of regulated activity also depends on the registration authority.

An alphabetical list of regulated activities, information on procedures, registration authority and registration fees for a given type of activity may be found on the website of the Ministry of Economy (in Polish). An application for entry into the register of regulated activities is not a standardized application, but rather it differs depending on the type of activity.

An entrepreneur is entered into the register of regulated activity upon submission of an application and a statement confirming fulfillment of specific conditions for that activity to be conducted.

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