acting fully as the authorised person for entities that are Public Sector Partners, in accordance with the Act no. 315/2016 Coll. on the Register of Public Sector Partners and amending and supplementing certain acts
monitoring and alerting for legislative changes to the Register of Public Sector Partners, particularly as provided for by the Act no. 315/2016 Coll. on the Register of Public Sector Partners and amending and supplementing certain acts
monitoring the application of the District Court in Žilina in connection with the Register of Public Sector Partners
An application for registration of a public sector partner is submitted by an authorised person. The public sector partner is obliged to cooperate with the authorised person. The authorised person is required to state in the application for registration accurate and complete data. Where the application for registration concerns a beneficial owner, the verification documents must be supplied. The annexes to be attached to the application for registration must be filed in electronic form along with the application for registration, and must be authorised by the authorised person, otherwise the application for registration is disregarded.
Under the law, an application not submitted using the dedicated electronic form, an application not containing all the required data or an unintelligible application shall be considered as an incomplete application.
If an application for registration fails to meet the statutory requirements, then the registering authority will refuse the registration. The same process applies if the verification document does not comply with the requirements under the Act. The registering authority shall notify the authorised person of the refusal of registration. The notice is in an electronic format and indicates the deficiencies in the application for registration and its annexes, which were the reason for the refusal of the registration, as well as information concerning the right to object to the refusal to perform registration. The notice is delivered to the authorised person in electronic form. The time limit for filing complaints is 15 days from the date of receipt of the notice.
If there is a change in the data entered in the Register relating to the beneficial owner, then the public sector partner will be obliged to inform the authorised person without delay, and the authorised person is obliged to notify the registration authority within 60 days of the change and supply annexes along with the application providing a proof of the facts.
If the authorised person becomes aware of a change in the data registered relating to the beneficial owner, then it will inform the public sector partner immediately.
A deletion of an authorised person is performed by the registering authority at the request of the authorised person registered. The registering authority will immediately notify the public sector partner of the deletion of the authorised person. If an authorised person is deleted at its own request, then the public sector partner will have to ensure the registration of a new authorised person within 30 days of the deletion, including the verification of the identification of the beneficial owner.
A deletion of an authorised person at the request of a public sector partner will be carried out by the registering authority shall only after an application for registration of changes in registered data is submitted for the public sector partner by a new authorised person along with the verification of the identification of the beneficial owner. The registering authority shall immediately notify the formerly registered authorised person of the new authorised person's registration.
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