Are you engaged in business activities in Norway?
If you are engaged in business activities in Norway it could result in a duty to register with authorities, to pay taxes and an obligation to comply with other legal matters such as employment contract, pension plans and insurance obligations. And this is irrespective of whether the company is establishing a business in Norway.
Call +47 94 85 21 22 or visit www.malmlaw.no to find out if it is worth your while to seek assistance. The consequences not to have these issues considered could be costly.
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