Required information regarding the company on websites and business documents
Websites, business letters and other business documents (invoices, contracts, credit notes and so on) must always include the business name and organisation number. Envelopes and marketing materials are not considered business documents.
If the enterprise is registered in the VAT register, the letters MVA should be added behind the organisation number. This indicates that you have the right and obligation to charge VAT to your sales. Business documents related to the sale of goods and services are known as sales documents. There are more requirements for sales documents. .
Additional requirements for Limited companies (AS), Public limited companies (ASA), and Norwegian branch of foreign company (NUF)
On business documents belonging to Limited companies and Public limited companies, the type of incorporation and the headquarter address of the company must be apparent. If the company is under liquidation or winding up, this should also be specified.
Limited companies, Public limited companies and Norwegian branches of foreign companies (NUF) must include the word "Foretaksregisteret" in connection with the organisation number. Other legal structures registered in the Register of Business Enterprises may choose to include this, but is not required to do so. The purpose of the requirement is to show in which official register the company is registered. This makes it easier for customers and suppliers to choose serious business partners.