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Companies’ annual registration fee abolished as of 2024

The annual fee for companies registered with the Registrar of Companies will be abolished from 2024 onwards, the Department of the Registrar of Companies said in a statement, adding that the annual fees for the years 2011 to 2023 still apply.

According to the amended law on companies which was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Cyprus on 15 March, 2024, the annual fee for companies registered with the Registrar of Companies is abolished from 2024 onwards. “Annual fees for the years 2011 - 2023 continue to apply”, it adds.

The Department said that the companies that have already paid the 2024 annual fee, will receive a refund.

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