In accordance with the regulation of the Commercial Companies Code in force since the beginning of this year, the obligation to maintain a website applies to all joint-stock companies and limited joint-stock partnerships (Article 5 §5 of the Polish Commercial Companies Code “CCC”).
The company’s website should include: the company’s name, registered office and address, KRS number, the relevant registry court, NIP and the amount of share capital.
Information concerning the dates of general meetings (including the agenda), draft resolutions or financial statements should also be updated on an ongoing basis.
Apart from the obligation to maintain the website, the management board is also obliged to report the website address to the National Court Register (Z3 application + fee).
Pursuant to Article 595 of the CCC, failure to comply with the above information obligations on the website may result in a fine of up to PLN 5000, imposed by the registry court, and the possibility to challenge the resolutions adopted by the General Meeting of Shareholders pursuant to Article 422 §2 point 4) of the CCC.