Registering an administrator
- 10 May 2023
- Edited 15 May 2023
- 1 min
In most cases, you do not have to register an administrator yourself.
Suspension of payment: initiated by a court order, which we receive from the court on a daily basis.
We register court rulings ourselves, both for legal entities and natural persons.
Debt restructuring: initiated by a court order, which we receive from the court on a daily basis.
We register all court rulings concerning: the owner of an eenmanszaak (sole proprietorship), the (managing) partner of a vof (general partnership) or cv (limited partnership), a partner in a maatschap (partnership), a member of a rederij (shipping company) or a person who has been authorised to act on behalf of a legal entity in formation.
Administration: the law does not stipulate that court orders placing entities under administration must be registered in the Business Register. As such, the court does not send us these rulings. If a person is wrongly registered with a company, it is up to the administrator to correct this.
The administrator can only do so after an entrepreneur has been registered with the Chamber of Commerce. The administrator is required to inform the Chamber of Commerce that an entity has been placed under administration and that they have been appointed as administrator. To do so, they must send us a copy of the court order and, depending on the situation, several other documents. Please contact our Service Centre for advice: 088 585 15 85.