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NORWEGIAN STRUCTURE

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Pursuant to the Private Limited Liability Companies Act, a Private Limited Liability Company (in Norwegian: “Aksjeselskap /AS”) may have one of the following organizational structures:

  1. A Board of Directors (in Norwegian: “Styret”and a General Manager (in Norwegian: “Daglig leder”).
  2. A Board of Directors only.

Please see “Board of Directors" below for a more in-depth description of the board type, including how to change the respective board members. Please be aware that the General Manager is employed by the Company. Thus, appointment/dismissal of the General Manager is subject to the individual employment contract and is not further described at the LCB Site.


For a description of how to change the respective board members, please see the individual steps below.
As all information on how to change board members in Norway on the LCB Site by nature is generic (i.e. does not include specific requirements for listed companies, special requirements in statutory documents or as otherwise stipulated in any type of special law), we strongly recommend seeking legal advice before actually changing any board members in Norway.

Pursuant to the Public Limited Liability Companies Act, a Public Limited Liability Company (in Norwegian: “Allmennaksjeselskap /ASA”) must have the following organizational structure:

  1. A Board of Directors (in Norwegian: “Styret”and a General Manager (in Norwegian: “Daglig leder”).

Please see “Board of Directors" below for a more in-depth description of the board type, including how to change the respective board members. Please be aware that the General Manager is employed by the Company. Thus, appointment/dismissal of the General Manager is subject to the individual employment contract and is not further described at the LCB Site.


For a description of how to change the respective board members, please see the individual steps below.
As all information on how to change board members in Norway on the LCB Site by nature is generic (i.e. does not include specific requirements for listed companies, special requirements in statutory documents or as otherwise stipulated in any type of special law), we strongly recommend seeking legal advice before actually changing any board members in Norway.

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Selmer has provided all input about changing board members in Norway.

Selmer was founded in 1985. Today, Selmer is one of Norway’s leading legal practices with 160 employees and provides business law advice accompanied by financial expertise. Selmer has a large network within the private and public sector, and a considerable share of its business is internationally oriented.

For more information about Selmer and changing board members in Norway, please contact our Partner directly.

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