On 7 August 2018, the Department of Business Development (“DBD”) released its Press Release No. 148 to announce that it has launched its e-certificate services to allow the public to obtain a certified copy of the registration affidavit of a registered legal entity online in 7 steps, which are:
(1) submitting a request through the DBD website.
(2) selecting an online service;
(3) paying the official fee of THB200 (per request) by a fund transfer via ATM / Internet Banking or at a bank counter;
(4) the Company Registrar signing the electronic signature in the certificate/copy and the receipt;
(5) the DBD system creating and delivering a password to the user;
(6) the user using the password to open the DBD e-certificate file by email; and
(7) the user downloading the e-certificate file from the DBD’s system.
The user can check the correctness of the e-certificate against the website of the DBD. The QR code and the reference number shown online in the e-certificate file are valid for one month from the issued date.
The e-certificate file digitally signed by the Company Registrar is its original. Its printed version is its photocopy.
The information included in the e-certificate file are (1) the names of partners and directors; (2) the names of managing partners and authorized directors; (3) the limitation of the authorization of the managing partner; (4) the registered capital and paid-up capital; (5) the registered address and (6) the business objectives.
The DBD e-certificate file service has been in operation since 15 August 2018.
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