Starting October 1, 2016, new data should be entered in the
Unified Federal Register of Information about Facts of Activities
of Legal Entities
We remind you that Article 7.1 of Federal Law No. 129-FZ On
State Registration of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs
dated August 8, 2001 (hereinafter referred to as the Registration
Law) states that legal entities have a duty to enter information
about some facts of their activities in the Unified Federal
Register of Information about Facts of Activities of Legal Entities
(hereinafter referred to as the Register).
Starting October 1, 2016, the list of information to be entered
in the Register will be expanded. In addition to the existing
requirements (to enter in the Register information about licenses,
net asset value of joint stock companies, pledge of movable
property, etc.), legal entities will also be required to enter the
following information in the Register:
Information about the conclusion of a
financial lease (leasing) agreement;
Information about signs of
insufficient assets in accordance with the insolvency (bankruptcy)
Information about financial and/or
accounting statements in the cases where federal law requires
disclosure of such information in the mass media;
Information about the issuance of an
independent guarantee specifying the identifiers of beneficiary and
principal (INN, OGRN, if any) and the material terms and conditions
of such guarantee;
Information about the conclusion of a
factoring agreement by a fiscal agent;
Information about membership in a
self-regulated organization (obtaining of membership, termination
Information about the results of
statutory audit to be conducted for joint stock companies, credit
institutions, etc.; and
Information about levy of execution
on a debtor's property.
Information should be entered within three business days of the
occurrence of the relevant fact by generating an electronic message
on the Register's website , which should be signed
with an enhanced encrypted and certified digital signature.
We remind you that administrative liability for violations
related to submission of information to the Register was introduced
as of January 1, 2016:
Untimely submission of information to
the Register results in a warning for officers or imposition of a
fine on officers in the amount of 5,000 rubles (part 6 of Article
14.25 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Russian
Non-submission or submission of
inaccurate information to the Register results in imposition of a
fine on officers in the amount of from 5,000 to 10,000 rubles (part
7 of Article 14.25 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the
Repeated non-submission or submission
of inaccurate information to the Register as well as entering
intentionally false information in the Register results in the
imposition of a fine on officers in the amount of from 10,000 to
50,000 rubles or disqualification for one year to three years (part
8 of Article 14.25 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the
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