Armin Gilg, Attorney at Law at Studhalter & Pfister Rechtsanwälte AG, writes on the topic. What is a Domicile Address? In order to legally establish a company in Switzerland - in particular a stock corporation - the company must be registered in the Swiss Commercial Register. To be registered, the company requires, among other things, a registered office and an address for its administrative office or business premises. If the company has no administration at its registered office or does not conduct business locally, it must indicate a domicile at the place of its registered office in the Commercial Register. The purpose of determining a domicile address is to enable the delivery of notifications to the registered office. In order to obtain such a domicile address, the company may authorise a natural
Armin Gilg, Attorney at Law at Studhalter & Pfister Rechtsanwälte AG, writes on the topic. What
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