Licenses and permits lawyer KIev

The service includes:

  • Professional consultation of a specialist;
  • Preparation of the complete package of documents;
  • Notarial support;
  • Payment of state duties, fees etc.;
  • Conducting direct works related to the provision of services.

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  • The service is available all over Ukraine (Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Odessa, Lvov, Kamianske, Chernigov, Vinnitsa, Zhitomir, Khmelnitsky). Offer different methods of payment


    Ukraine currently ranks 145th out of 183 possible in the rating of countries in terms of doing business. Of course, in view of this, licensing of certain types of economic activity does not arouse much enthusiasm among entrepreneurs. But the implementation of certain types of economic activity on a legal basis – in particular, related to the threat to the security of the state, the life and health of people, the probability of deterioration of the environment, etc. - is impossible without licenses, and there is no doubt about it. The law firmly states that the deed of a legal entity, committed by it without the appropriate permission (license), may be declared invalid by the court (Article 227 of the CCU). Art. 164 of the Administrative Code of Administrative Offenses expressly provides for responsibility for engaging in business activities both without state registration and without a license, if obtaining one is provided for by law. But currently the very system of issuing and requiring licenses  requires fundamental improvement of all licensing stages and procedures by simplifying them, as well as significantly reducing the list of types of economic activity.  

    The VRU has already registered a draft of a new version of the Law "On Licensing of Certain Types of Economic Activity» No. 4743 dated 04/18/2014. And this despite the fact that ZU "On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of Ukraine Regarding Limitation of State Regulation of Economic Activities" No. 2608-VI dated October 19, 2010, significant changes have already been made to a number of legislative acts on this issue, including the Code of Administrative Offenses, the Customs Code, and many others. The law abolished the licensing of 23 out of 66 types of economic activity. Yes, you no longer need a license to work with

    • precious and semi-precious metals and stones;

    • search and extraction of minerals;

    • production and storage of liquid fuel;

    • execution of topographic-geodetic and cartographic;

    • aviation and chemical works;

    • production of pesticides and agrochemicals (only plant growth regulators);

    • work with means of cryptographic protection of information;

    • carrying out disinfection, disinsection, deratization works; agency tour;  

    • physical culture and health and sports activities; activities of the customs carrier;

    • production of perfumery and cosmetic products using ethyl alcohol;

    • production of cars and buses; chemical current sources, their procurement and utilization and some others. species.


    The mere fact of canceling the licensing of more than a third of activities cannot solve the problem in general. On the other hand, the adoption of the Law, unfortunately, leveled entrepreneurs who have already repeatedly gone through the procedure of registration and extension of licenses, who have a lot of experience in their field, with newly registered ones. It is obvious that the resulting drop in the quality of the provided services can not only affect potential clients, but also violate the established norms of business culture, which is extremely negative.

    So, today entrepreneurs and consumers expect the state to establish new life-based licensing requirements: avoidance of unnecessary administrative procedures, logical unification, introduction of information technologies, in particular, electronic licensing, implementation of the principles defined by the draft Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU, reduction by more than a quarter (almost 30% - from 57 to 40) of the number of economic activities that are not super-profitable or do not pose threats to human health and state security, and most importantly – active involvement on a parity basis in the activities of the special advisory body - the Expert and Appeal Council on Licensing – representatives of the public, science and business.



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