Liquidation of an Estonian company

Liquidation of a private limited company is a fairly time-consuming process
that lasts at least six months and requires a local liquidator.

If you do not need your Estonian company any more we can help you to liquidate it.

The process starts with appointing a liquidator, after which we take care of the rest.

In case of interest please fill in the form below. The description of the liquidation process can be found from below the form.

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Description of the liquidation process



A private limited company is dissolved by the shareholder's resolution. To dissolve a private limited company, the management board must submit a request (notarised or electronic form via the company registration portal), the shareholders’ dissolution resolution and the minutes of the general meeting to the Commercial Register.



The dissolution resolution and submission of application is followed by liquidation, in the course of which it is important to follow a specific series of steps:

  • appointment of liquidators and entry of their names into the Commercial Register;
  • publication of a notice regarding liquidation of a public limited company in the publication „Ametlikud Teadaanded“ and notification of all known creditors;
  • preparation of the final balance sheet of the private limited company and distribution of assets;
  • organizing the accounting and payment of taxes.

Deleting a private limited company from the Commercial Register

After the private limited company has been liquidated as required, the company's management board will have to submit an application (notarised or electronic form via the company registration portal) to the Commercial Register to apply for the company to be deleted from the Commercial Register. This can be done after a minimum of six months of the entry of the dissolution of the private limited company into the Commercial Register and providing notification thereof. A final balance sheet and asset distribution plan must be attached to the request for deletion from the Commercial Register.