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- Register Your Startup Company as Private Limited Company in Just 5 – 7 days.
Our process for Company Formation
Step 1: Fill up the Contact Form
Step 2: Our Expert will Get in Touch with You
Step 3: Our Expert will Ask for KYC Documents
Step 4: Our Expert will Apply for Company Name Reservation
Step 5: Our Expert will Prepare Company Registration Papers and Your Digital Signature
Step 6: Company Registration Papers will be sent to You for Signatures
Step 7: You need to send us Scan Copies of Registration Papers
Step 8: Our Expert will Apply for Registration Certificate with Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Step 9: Our Expert will take Registration Certificate along with PAN and TAN from Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Step 10: Our Expert will send you Registration Certificate, PAN and TAN as received from Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Documents Required to Register a Company in India
- Passport Size Colour Photograph
- Scan Copy of PAN Card – Self Attested
- Scan Copy of Aadhar Card – Self Attested
- Latest Address Proof – Any One Self Attested
(Latest Bank Statement / Latest Electricity Bill / Latest Telephone Bill / Latest Mobile Bill / Gas Bill)
- For Registered Office Address Proof – Any One Self Attested
(Latest Electricity Bill / Latest Telephone Bill / Latest Gas Bill)
Checklist to Register a Company in India
For Registering the Company in India following Checklist needs to be followed
Minimum Two Directors and Shareholders: A Private Limited Company must have at least two directors and shareholders. director and shareholder can be same person
Unique Name: The name of Company must be unique. Your Company name should not match with any existing registered companies or registered trademarks in India.
Minimum Capital Contribution: There is no prescribed minimum capital amount for a company formation. However it is advisable to keep a minimum amount for current account opening. for Example 5,000 or 10,000 as the case may be
Registered Office: The registered office of a company should be in existence. It is not compulsory to keep Commercial or owned Residential Space as registered office Even a rented Commercial space or home place can be kept as the registered office, so long as NoC is obtained from the landlord.
Why Registering Company is Essential ?
A Company is defined as an artificial person created by or under law for the time being in force, with a Separate legal Status, Perpetual Succession and Capacity to sue and can be Sued. It is not affected by the death or insolvency of an individual director or member.
A company is a Separate legal entity. It is a artificial person created by and registered under law, it has separate Legal Status from its directors and shareholders. It is established under the Companies Act and registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs. It can sue and be sued in its own name. A Company can own property and incur debts in its own name, the individual members and directors do not owe any liability towards the company’s creditors and debts.
Company has perpetual succession that means it has continued and uninterrupted existence until it is legally dissolved under the law. A Company, being a separate legal person, it is not affected by the death of any member / Director and continues to be in existence irrespective of the changes in membership and Directorship. It remains active by complying to the Companies Act.
Limited Liability means being responsible only upto a fixed amount for debts or to the creditors of a company. Unlike proprietorships and partnerships or any other unregistered forms of business organisation, where the liability is unlimited. In Company there is limited liability of the members in respect of the company’s debts. In other words, the liability of the members of a company is limited only to the extent of the face value of shares taken up by them.
Transfer-ability of Shares
Shares of a Company are easily transferable by a shareholder to another person. Shares can be transferred to any person whom the shareholder chooses. A signed copy of the share transfer form is handed over to the buyer of shares along with share certification. Usually there are no restrictions on transfer of shares. Hence a shareholder could transfer the shares to any person he wishes to do so.
A company being Separate Legal entity registered under law can acquire, own and dispose off, property in its own name. No any shareholder and Director can claim right upon the property of the company as long as the company is a going concern. A shareholder merely has interest in the company property arising under the articles of association of the company, measuring a sum for liability. Therefore, property of the company is not the property of the individual shareholder or director.
Can Sue or Be Sued
A company being an independent legal entity can sue and can also be sued in its own name. A person can take legal action on his / her name on company also. Similarly, company being independent legal entity can take legal action in its own name against another person.
As the Company is separate legal entity and artificial person in the eyes of law Company can borrow funds in their own name. Company can accept loans and borrowings from banking or other financial institutions to render a larger financial assistance. Also Banks and financial Institutions give preference to registered business only for giving loan or any financial assistance
A Company is the only type of legal entity in which we can raise funds through issues of shares to Angel Investors, Private Equity Firms. A Private limited company will be sufficient in case of raising equity funds from Angel Investors and Private Equity Investors.
Better Credibility in Market
Private limited company is popular and well known business entity in India. Corporate Customers, Banks, Financial Institutions, Vendors and Government Agencies prefer to deal with Private Limited Company instead of normal proprietorship and partnerships.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Below mentioned are the requirements to register a Private Limited Company
- At least 2 Directors and Shareholders are required to Register Private limited Company
- Minimum one Director / Shareholder of two shall be an Indian resident
- A Place where business needs to be registered must be provided.
- KYC Documents for Directors and Shareholders of Company
On an average, Private Limited Companies are registered by Intella Legal in 7 to 10 days. The time would vary on a case to case basis, based on the time taken by You to submit the necessary documents and government processing time. We have registered companies in the time frame of 4 -5 working days also
No. There is no requirement for minimum paid-up capital in Private Limited Company Registration.
Authorized Capital means the maximum amount of capital that a company can raise from its Shareholders by way of issuing shares in present or in the future. Paid-up Capital means the actual amount raised by the company and amount paid by shareholders upon issuance of shares. Paid-up capital can be less than authorized capital but it cannot exceed Authorised Capital.
Yes, You can Register Your Company at a commercial or a residential place by providing necessary proof like Electricity Bill / GAS Bill / Telephone Bill .
A Registered office is a place where communication, if any, from Government Department and other concerned authorities, can be received. The Registered Office Address is also displayed at the portal of Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
A Private Limited Company can have minimum of 2 and maximum of 200 shareholders
A Private Limited Company can have minimum 2 and maximum 15 Directors.
Yes, You can be a Director of a Company and OPC even if you are already working. However, you must check that your employment agreement do not contain any restrictions for you to become a Director of any company.
Digital signature is just like your hand signature in electronic form. It is used in submitting necessary filings with Government Authorities.
Memorandum of Association (MoA) contains the details of the main and ancillary objects of the proposed company and Articles of Association (AOA) contains the details of the rules, regulations and procedures for the routine conduct of the business of the proposed company. MOA and AoA also contains the details of the name of its first Directors and Shareholders of Company
For Registering a Private Limited Company we require Photo, PAN, Aadhar Card and Bank Statement of Both Directors and Shareholders, and we also require Electricity Bill / Gas Bill / Telephone Bill for Registered Office Proof
Once Private Limited Company is registered, it must fulfill following requirements on priority:
- Open a Bank account of the company
- Appoint the Statutory auditor
- Deposit paid-up capital mentioned while submitting registration application
- Issuance and allotment of shares
- Form Filing for Commencement of Business
The whole process of Company Registration is online. So, Individual Director / Shareholder is not required to go anywhere to register the company. You are required to send in your documents via email and fill up your Contact details to get it done.
Yes, as per Latest amendment notification from Ministry of Corporate Affairs every Company has to Mandatory take PF and ESIC Registration with their Company Registration Application and PT Registration is Compulsory for Companies getting registered in the state of Maharashtra. PF and ESIC return filing is compulsory after crossing of threshold limit of Employees as fixed in respective act.
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