Law on Business Companies (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 36/2011, 99/2011, 83/2014 – other laws, 5/2015, 44/2018, 95/2018, 91/2019 and 109/2021 – from now on: the Law) in Article 33 determines the co-signature as a type of restriction of the authority of the representative of the company.
This limitation may be provided for a legal representative, procurator or other representatives. If a co-signature limits the power of representation, the representative to whom this limitation applies cannot undertake legal affairs or legal actions without the co-signature of a specific person.
A co-signatory can be determined by position, in which case the co-signatory is any person holding that position. Also, the co-signer can be determined by specifying personal data (e.g. name and surname) and in another way by which the co-signer can be determined.
The founding act can limit the power of representation by co-signature. Still, it can also be provided by the decision of the authority on the appointment of the representative. Continue reading Co-signature according to the Law on Business Companies