Private Limited Company Registration
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PAN Card: PAN Card copy of the proposed Directors of the Company will be required for Company Registration.
Address Proof: The address proof submitted must have the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and the most current address of the Director.
Residential Proof: The residential proof must also contain the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and must not be older than two months.
Registered Office Proof: In addition to providing identity, address and residential address for the Directors, proof must be provided to validate the registered office address of the Company.
- The registered document of the title of the premises of the registered office in the name of the company; OR
- The notarized copy of lease / rent agreement in the name of the company along with a copy of rent paid receipt not older than one month;
Frequently Asked Questions
A private limited company is a type of business entity in India that offers limited liability protection to its shareholders and has a separate legal identity from its owners.
Some of the benefits of registering a private limited company in India include limited liability protection, ease of raising funds from investors, better credibility and brand image, and separate legal identity from the owners.
To register a private limited company in India, you need a minimum of two directors and two shareholders, a registered office address, and a unique name for the company. You also need to obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and Director Identification Number (DIN) for the directors.
he process of registering a private limited company in India involves the following steps: obtaining a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and Director Identification Number (DIN) for the directors, filing an application for the availability of a company name, drafting and filing the Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA), obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation (COI) from the Registrar of Companies (ROC), and obtaining a Permanent Account Number (PAN) and Tax Account Number (TAN) from the Income Tax Department.
The registration process for a private limited company in India typically takes between 15-20 days, although it may take longer depending on the processing time of the relevant government authorities.
Some of the ongoing compliance requirements for a private limited company in India include filing of annual returns and financial statements, holding annual general meetings, maintaining proper books of accounts, and complying with various statutory requirements such as tax laws, labor laws, and corporate governance regulations.
Separate Legal Entity
As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.
Perpetual succession means continuing or enduring forever., A company is considered to be legally active until it is wound up by its members through a legal process. Hence, perpetual succession denotes continuous existence of a corporation or company till it is dissolved legally. Thus, a company is unaffected by death or departure of any member.
Limited liability is a legal responsibility towards a limited amount of debts. The liability of the members with reference to company’s debts are limited i.e.; limited to the face value of the share purchased by them. This limited liability protection is often not afforded to Directors of a company – who are held responsible for operation of a company.
Transferability of Shares
The ownership of a private limited company is determined by the number of shares held by its shareholders. Shares of a company can be transferred to any other person or legal entity in India or abroad, subject to the articles of association of a company and the shareholders agreement. The easy transferability of shares is one of the top reason, Entrepreneurs opt to register a company.
A company can acquire, own, transfer any type of tangible or intangible asset in India. A shareholder is not eligible to claim the company’s property, as they are not owners of the company. A shareholder merely has an interest in the company arising under the articles of association of the company, measuring a sum for liability.
A company is the only type of legal entity which can help the promoters raise equity funding from Angel Investors, Private Equity Firms and the Stock Exchange. A private limited company would suffice for raising equity funds from Angel Investors and Private Equity Investors. In case of listing or allotment of shares to more than 200 shareholders, a Limited Company would be required.
Yes, a foreigner can register a private limited company in India, subject to certain restrictions and regulations under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) and other applicable laws. The foreigner may need to appoint an Indian resident director and obtain necessary approvals from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) or other regulatory authorities.