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In a Polish joint-stock company, the minimum share capital must be 100,000 PLN, and at least 25% of this amount must be paid to the bank. A joint-stock company may be owned by one or more individuals, allowing for a diverse ownership structure.

Each Joint Stock Company must have a statute, drafted in the form of a notarial deed. This document outlines the company's regulations, including details about its operations, decision-making processes, and the rights and responsibilities of shareholders. The next crucial step is the registration of the company in the National Court Register, where all required documents should be attached to the application. Additionally, the company must undergo registration with the tax office to fulfill its fiscal obligations.

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