In accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 15 of the Federal Law of 08.02.1998 14-FZ 'On Limited Liability Companies' property is subject to mandatory evaluation (economic rights, other rights) worth more than 200 times the minimum wage passed in through payment in the share capital of a limited liability company. Given that the currently estimated in the Russian Federation is regulated, in particular, the Federal Law of 29.07.1998 135-FZ "On Valuation Activities in the Russian Federation ', the assessment of non-monetary contribution to charter capital in accordance with this Law. The estimate by an independent appraiser non-monetary contribution to the nominal value exceeding the equivalent of 200 minimum wages, as required in the establishment of society, and in cases of an increase in its authorized capital. The company's charter may establish types of property that can not be a contribution to its capital base. It should be borne in mind that when determining the amount of non-monetary contribution received in the amount of the minimum wage established by federal law at the date of submission of documents for state registration. In light of article 5 of the Federal Law of 19.06.2000 82-FZ 'On minimum wages' definition of the nominal value of non-monetary contribution at the present time should be based on a base amount of 100 rubles. Thus, we consider the most important issues arising from the mandatory assessment of contributions to the charter capital of a limited liability company. Contract basis for assessing non-monetary contribution to the charter capital of the company is a contract between the evaluator and the client. At the same time on the relationship of the parties (the client and the appraiser) to fully apply the requirements of civil law and, in particular, the Law on the evaluation. Mandatory requirements agreement between the appraiser and the customer provided for in Article 10 of the assessment and include the following: a contract between the appraiser and the client shall be in writing and does not require a notary certificates; contract must contain: the base contract; view of the object of evaluation; form determined value (cost) of the object of evaluation; remuneration for an assessment of the object.