To get a newly incorporated company registered the shareholders have at least to deposit the half of the equity capital. If the company has been founded with the minimum equity capital of about 25,000 Euro the shareholders has to deposit at least 12,500 Euro. The amount of the deposit is stated within the company’s agreement.
Regularly the notary requires a statement proving the deposit before he forwards the application of the new company to the companies register.
As far as you does not deposit the complete capital for the foundation you the further capital might be transferred if the Managing Director requires them. There are no timely standards about this but if economically required he will ask for it at latest a liquidator will claim it.