If you are resuming a civil law partnership, you should report it to the Central Statistical Office and the competent head of the tax office (NIP-2)
If you are resuming a civil law partnership, you should report it to the Central Statistical Office and the competent head of the tax office (NIP-2). An application to the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on RG-OP form, should be submitted within 7 calendar days from the date of resumption of running a civil law partnership. The application must be accompanied by information on partners of a civil law partnership (on RG-SC form).
In connection with the resumption of the partnership's activity, you should additionally change your entry in CEIDG on the application for change of entry in CEIDG by ticking the boxes concerning the civil law partnership or the relevant fields in the part of the annex CEIDG S.C.
The period of suspension declared by the civil law partnership partners at the time of filing the application for suspension of activity is not binding.
This means that an entrepreneur who suspended his/her activity for a year may resume it in the form of a civil law partnership, e.g. after three months. The activity is suspended until the date of filing an application for change of the entry containing information on resumption of economic activity in the form of a civil law partnership. No fee is required to submit an application for change of entry.
Note: If a civil law partnership hires employees, you should register the partnership as a payer of social security contributions in ZUS. Deregistration should be made on the ZUS ZPA form.
If you would like to know more about the suspension before submitting your application, please refer to the leaflet: