Establish a company
A Sole proprietorship / "Enkeltpersonforetak" is a form of incorporation in which a 'physical person' is liable for a business. This physical person is financially liable for all the enterprise's liabilities and obligations.
The owner decides everything to do with the enterprise. There are no special rules or separate acts whatsoever regulating sole proprietorships.
The owner must be of legal age (18 years). He or she does not have to be a resident of Norway. However, the enterprise is required to have an address in Norway. The owner of a sole proprietorship is not obliged to set aside funds (capital contributions) for the enterprise, since he or she is personally liable in any case.
It is necessary to have a "Norwegian fødsels nr. or “Norwegian D-number”.