Ours prestigious law firm situated in India provides rigorous and impeccable services for new company registrations in countries worldwide. The Company Law services are among ours essential and magnificent legal services in all areas of legal practice. All categories of companies are supported well for their proper, perfect, and economical registrations in the desired domestic or national jurisdictions. So far, ours globally prominent and commended law firm has helped numerous entrepreneurs, industrialists, business entities, and investors belonging to diverse countries, in the formation and registration of their private limited companies, sole proprietorship firms, limited liability companies, public limited companies, unlimited companies, joint ventures, and branch offices for doing international business. These companies have been in diverse economic sectors, and are engaged in doing businesses in domestic, international, or global levels. In ours this article, described is the new company registration procedure followed in India, in the section below.
Procedure to Form a New Company in India
Any new company registration in india is made under the provisions and regulations described in the Companies Act, 1956. Under the Section 609 of this magnificent company act, there are established well in all big States of India the offices of the Registrar of Companies (ROC), for company registration on behalf of people and entities established and active in their respective jurisdictional areas, and oversee the proper and strict compliances of all statutory rules and regulations mentioned in the act. In case of limited liability companies (handled by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs), the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 is referred to exclusively, besides this company act of 1956. For registering any new company in india, the partners, members, or shareholders of the proposed company must fulfill the fundamental requirements for the desired type of company, including the Director Identification Numbers (DINs), Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs), Designated Partner Identification Numbers (DPINs), PAN, TAN, TIN, etc. After these comes the task of approval and reservation of the proposed names, which is valid for a period of six months. Within this period, well-drafted AOA and MOA must be properly extended to the concerned ROC, along with other prescribed documents, to obtain the certificate of incorporation.