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Private Limited Company
A Private Limited Company is the most popular business structure in the Indian corporate world. It is the first choice of every new company entering the business sphere. As per the Companies Act 2013, a Private Limited Company must have a minimum of 2 members with the upper limit being 200. The limited liability legal structure makes the Private Limited Structure widely popular. This means that if there is any default on the company’s name, then the creditors can only claim ownership over the company’s assets and not on the personal assets of the members. The private limited company structure is mostly preferred by start-ups and other growing companies as it facilitates easy inflow of outside funding, limited liabilities for shareholders and higher independence and flexibility in hiring workforce.
The Advantages of a Private Limited Company
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Private Limited Company Registration Process:
All the directors involved with the company need to apply for a Digital Signature (DSC) and a DPIN.
The next step is getting the company’s name approved by the MCA. Two different names have to be submitted for consideration out of which one will be approved by the MCA. As a rule, the names submitted by you should not be used by any other company and they must suggest the business your company is into.
After the approval for the company name, you need to draft the MOA (short for Memorandum of Association) and AOA (Articles of Associate) and then file both the documents with the MCA.
After filing the MOA and AOA documents with the MCA, your company will be registered as a Private Limited Company within 10-15 days. You’ll be provided with an Incorporation Certificate which will act as proof of the creation and registration of your company. The CIN number of your company will also be mentioned in this certificate.
The final step that remains for completing your company registration is applying for PAN and TAN. Both the PAN and TAN are ready and received within 7 working days from the request submission. After getting the PAN and TAN, these documents may be submitted along with the Incorporation Certificate, MOA and AOA to open a company bank account.
Documents required for the Registration of a Private Limited Company
Information Required for the Registration of a Private Limited Company
Minimum Requirements for the Registration of a Private Limited Company
Minimum Shareholders should be at least TWO
Minimum Directors should be TWO
DIN for all the Directors
In India, it may be considered as the popular-most legal structure in terms of companies and is governed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Our company provides this service.
What are the criteria for being eligible to be appointed as a Director of the Private Limited Company?
The person should fulfil the following criteria:
- Citizen of India
- Sound Mind
- Major by Age
Our experts can help you get registered as a Private Limited Company. It involves filling up a small questionnaire and takes about 10-15 days.
Yes, an NRI or Foreign National can become a Director for a Private Limited Company. However, at least one of the two Directors needs to be a Resident of India.
There is no hidden payment. Our invoice will show the charge inclusive of all factors.
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DSC stands for digital signature. It is a form of an online signature that is used during the online registration filing process.
It is short for the director’s PIN which is a sequence of numbers assigned to the director by the MCA.
It stands for Corporate Identity Number which is a 21-digit code given to companies registered in India.
Brief for Memorandum of Association, it contains all the clauses of the company for establishing its identity, working and target. The various clauses to be included in MoA as per the Companies Act 2013 are:
- Name Clause
- Situation Clause
- Object Clause
- Liability Clause
- Object Clause
- Subscription Clause
It stands for Articles of Association. This document defines the internal working, rights, duties and management procedure of the company. Its content includes the following details:
- Company Shares
- Rights and Duties of Directors
- Removal of Directors
- Meeting Details
- Company Dissolution Process