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Fees charged for services provided by the Central Register of Integrated Procedures

When you file an application through the Central Information System (CIS) of the Serbian Business Registers Agency, you will get payment instructions for fees and charges, including fees for services provided by the Central Register of Integrated Procedures (CRIP).

  

CRIP Fees

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The fees are set out in the Decision on fees for registration and other services provided by the Serbian Business Registration Agency.

The fees for filing an application and publishing data and documents through the special information system of the Central Register of Integrated Procedures are as follows:

  • RSD 1,000 for issuing and amending location requirements for classes of buildings in categories A and B;
  • RSD 2,000 for issuing and amending location requirements for classes of buildings in categories V and G;
  • RSD 3,000 for issuing and amending construction permits for classes of buildings in categories A and B;
  • RSD 5,000 for issuing and amending construction permits for classes of buildings in categories V and G;
  • RSD 2,000 for issuing and amending decisions pursuant to Art. 145 of the Law on Planning and Construction;
  • RSD 2,000 for issuing and amending temporary construction permits;
  • RSD 1,000 for issuing an occupancy permit for classes of buildings in categories А and B;
  • RSD 2,000 for issuing an occupancy permit for classes of buildings in categories V and G;
  • RSD 500 for notification of commencement of works, notification of completion of foundation works, of completion of construction works and for filing applications and submissions to initiate proceedings within the integrated procedure.

Proof of payment

When submitting an application for registration to the Agency, registration applicant shall submit one of the following proofs of payment:

1. The first page of the payment order, signed by the authorized person and stamped by the post office, bank or Treasury Department, containing:

  • all mandatory elements of the fee payment made (amount, destination bank account, payment code, purpose of payment, name, surname and address of the payer, name of beneficiary);
  • mandatory reference number generated by the Agency, according to Model 97.

2. Transfer order or certificate, stamped and signed by the bank or Treasury Department, containing:

  • all mandatory elements of the transfer order (fee amount, bank account of the payer, bank account of the beneficiary, i.e. the Agency’s commercial revenues account, payment code, purpose of payment, name of payer, name of beneficiary);
  • mandatory reference number generated by the Agency, according to Model 97;
  • clause that fee has been paid and
  • date on which the fee was paid.

3. The payer’s business account statement, stamped by the bank, the Treasury Department or payer containing:

  • all mandatory elements of the account statement (the name and number of the payer’s account, the account statement number, payment date, account transactions report, the amount paid to the Agency’s account, purpose of payment and payment code) and
  • mandatory reference number generated by the Agency, according to Model 97.

4. Confirmation report that the fee has been paid, issued by the provider of payment services, containing:

  • all of the mandatory elements on the fee payment (that the order for the payment or transfer of the fee amount has been completed, date of completion, fee amount, recipient account number for the payment of the fee to the Agency, reference number according to Model 97 generated by the Agency, purpose of payment, name of paying party, name of recipient, signature and stamp of the authorized person of the provider of payment services).
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