Change of Registered Office Address(Within the same city)

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Change of Registered Office Address (Within the same city):

While changing the Address of the Registered office of Company within the same city, a company has to arrange a board meeting and pass a board resolution to change the registered office. The company has to file the form INC-22 with MCA. It must be filed within 30 days of the date of the board resolution. The documents to be attached are Board Resolution, Utility bill for business address proof, NOC from owner and rent agreement if the place is rented.

Documents Required:
  • Proof of registered office address of the company
  • NOC from the owner of new premises or copy of property ownership documents.
  • Copy of bills such as electricity bill, water bill, etc.
  • Copy of Special Resolution (Required when registered office changed with-in same state but different cities)
How It’s Done:

 

Ready Your Documents
Preparation of the Resolution
Filing of the form with ROC
A Compliance Manager will get in touch with you to obtain your documents along with a simple checklist. You need to fill up that checklist and submit along with your documents for processing. Our team of experts shall verify the documents. Our team of experts will verify the documents provided by you and take the procedure further.Once we have all the documents and details, we will take the procedure further and prepare the draft of the resolution to be passed in the Extra ordinary General Meeting. In case you have changed your office in another state, then we will also prepare the public notice to be published in the Newspaper. After that we will initiate the final process.Once you pass the resolution and give public notice, we will move forward and prepare the required forms to be filed with the ROC regarding the change in the registered office address. Then we will file the same with the concerned ROC and will also file a copy to the Registrar under whose jurisdiction the registered office is proposed to be shifted.
After the address change:

On receipt of approval for all the forms filed with MCA, the procedure for shifting the registered office gets completed. After which a company needs to update its address at all applicable places. It includes changes in PAN, TAN, bank accounts, all other registrations and licenses, alteration in each copy of MOA, stationery, etc.

 

Note:

  • All fees includes Govt Fees. However, if delay fees is applicable for you, our specialist will call you before proceeding further.
  • TAT is calculated after obtaining all relevant documents/information.
  • Note: If you would like to avail our services near to the “Due Date”, please read our terms & conditions before selecting a service package.
1. What is a Company?

According to the Companies Act, 2013, a ‘Company’ means a Company incorporated under this Act or under any previous Company Law (Section 2 (20).

‘Private Company’ means a Company is a private Company within the meaning of section 2(68) of Companies Act, 2013 and accordingly.

The Company have a minimum paid-up share capital as may be prescribed and which by its articles:

  • Restricts the right to transfer its shares;
  • Except in case of One Person Company, limits the number of its members to two hundred

Provided that where two or more persons hold one or more shares in a company jointly, they shall, for the purposes of this clause, be treated as a single member:

Provided further that:

  • Persons who are in the employment of the company; and
  • Persons who, having been formerly in the employment of the company, were members of the company while in that employment and have continued to be members after the employment ceased, shall not be included in the number of members; and
  • Prohibits any invitation to the public to subscribe for any securities of the company;
2. How can I start my own company in India?

Company Incorporation steps as follows:

  • Selection of a suitable name:

Select, in order of preference, at least two suitable names up to a maximum of six names, indicative of the main objects of the company.

Ensure that the name does not resemble the name of any other already registered company and also does not violate the provisions of emblems and names (Prevention of Improper Use Act, 1950) by availing the services of checking name availability on the portal.

  • Application to concerned ROC:

Apply to the concerned ROC to ascertain the availability of name in SPICE+PART-Aby logging in to the portal. A fee of Rs. 1000/- has to be paid alongside. If proposed name is not available, the user has to apply for a fresh name on the same application. The applicant may go for incorporation simultaneously.

Otherwise, after the name approval the applicant has to apply for incorporation through SPIECE+PART-B within 20 days of name approval

  • MOA & AOA:

Arrange for the drafting of the Memorandum and Articles of Association

Get the Memorandum and Articles signed by at least two subscribers in his/her own hand, his/her father’s name, occupation, address and the number of shares subscribed for and witnessed by at least one person.

Ensure that the Memorandum and Article is dated on a date after the date of stamping.

  • Filing of the Forms & Documents:

Login to the portal and fill the following forms and attach the mandatory documents listed in the eForm

  1. SPICe PartB
  2. AGILEPRO
  3. SPICeMoA
  4. SPICe AoA.
  5. SPICe INC9

Submit the E-Forms after attaching the digital signature, pay the requisite filing fee.  Once processing of the Form is complete, CRC shall issue Certificate of Incorporation.

3. What are the types of Companies that I can register in India?

Here are the various types of the companies you can register in India.

  • Private Limited Company
  • Public Limited Company
  • One Persona Company
  • Farmer Producer Company
  • Section-8 Company
4. What are the steps to register a Company in India?

Follow the simple steps to register your Private Limited Company:-

Step 1: Obtain DSC (Digital Signature Certificate)

Step 2: Apply for DIN (Director Identification Number)

Step 3: Reserve your unique Name

Step 4: Form SPICe (INC-32)

Step 5: e-MoA (INC-33) and e-AoA (INC-34)

Step 6: PAN and TAN Application

Know in detail about the registration process

5. How to register a start-up company in India? Is it too difficult?

Registering a company under start-up India movement as start-up company is very Simple and online process. For that you need to follow the following procedure.

  1. Incorporating the business

You must first incorporate the business as a Private Limited Company or a Partnership firm or a Limited Liability Partnership.

You have to follow all the normal procedures for registration of any business like obtaining certificate of Incorporation/Partnership registration, PAN and other required compliance.

  1. Register with Start-up India

Then the business must be registered as a start-up. The entire process is simple and online. All you need to do is log on to the Start-up India website and fill up the form with details of your business and upload certain documents.

6. How can I apply for Company’s name in India?

Applying for Company’s name is an easy two step process:

 Selection of a suitable name:

Select, in order of preference, at least one suitable name up to a maximum of six names, indicative of the main objects of the company.

Ensure that the name does not resemble the name of any other already registered company and also does not violate the provisions of emblems and names (Prevention of Improper Use Act, 1950) by availing the services of checking name availability on the portal.

Application to concerned ROC:

Apply to the concerned RoC to ascertain the availability of name in eForm1 A by logging in to the portal. A fee of Rs. 500/- has to be paid alongside and the digital signature of the applicant proposing the company has to be attached in the form. If proposed name is not available, the user has to apply for a fresh name on the same application.

7. What are the documents/information required for company registration?

You need the following documents to register your Company.

  1. Colour photograph of each applicant – 4 nos.
  2. PAN Card Xerox with signature of applicant (self attested). 2 sets
  3. Proof of ID. i.e. Aadhar and any one of Voter ID/Passport/DL Xerox with signature of applicant (self attested).2sets
  4. Proof of residence i.e. Bank Statement/Mobile Bill/Telephone Bill/Gas Bill Xerox with signature of applicant (self attested).2 sets (If present address is different from permanent address, then address proof of present address is required) PS, PIN OF ADDRESS PROOF
  5. Years of staying in the above address.
  6. Occupation of applicant.
  7. Education qualification of applicant.
  8. Email id of applicant.
  9. Place of birth.
  10. Mobile no. of applicant
  11. Registered Office: If in own house: Electric Bill, NOC, Patta copy and Photograph of the House with House Owner and Promoter. If in rented house: rent agreement, electric bill, NOC and Photograph of the House with House Owner and Promoter.
  12. Six nos. of proposed company names
  13. Main objects of the proposed company.
8. What is MOA and AOA?

MOA stands for Memorandum of Association whereas AOA means Articles of Association. Both these documents act as an important source of information for various shareholders and other stakeholders associated with a Company.

MOA reveals the name, aims, objectives, registered office address, clause regarding limited liability, minimum paid up capital and share capital of the Company. In short, it explains the relationship of a Company with the outside world.

AOAs are the necessary documents to be submitted when the company is incorporated with the Registrar of Companies (ROC). When AOAs are in conjunction with the MOA, they are called the Constitution of the Company.

9. What is a DSC?

DSC stands for Digital Signature certificate. DSC is the digital equivalence of physical papers or certificates. It is needed to file the form electronically with the concerned department. For the purpose of Company Registration of a private company, DSC for one of the Directors is required.

10. What is the Directors Identification Number (DIN)?

DIN, Directors Identification Number, is actually an identification number issued to a Director or a prospective Director of a Company by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. The concept of DIN was introduced for the first time when Sections 266A and 266G were inserted in Companies Act.

To obtain a DIN, one needs to make an online application to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and submit the required documents related to Identity and Address Proof. Once the Ministry verifies these documents, the DIN will be allotted to the person

11. What is a DPIN?

The DPIN (Designated Partner Identification Number) used for identifying a designated partner in a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) firm, is equivalent to the DIN (Director Identification Number) of a director of a private or public limited company. Both of these identifying numbers are issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Govt. of India.

12. How do I check whether my company is registered or not?

Following the below given steps, you can check the status of the company registration.

Step 1: Go to the MCA website.

Step 2: Go to ‘MCA Services’ tab. In the drop-down click on ‘View Company/LLP Master Data’.

Step 3: Enter the companies CIN. Enter the captcha code. Click on ‘Submit’.

Now you will be able to view the exact status of your registration process.

13. What are the benefits of company formation in India?

Let’s see how Company formation puts you at an advantageous position.

  1. It protects you from personal liability for business risks and losses.
  2. Makes you look serious and attracts more customers.
  3. Creates better image and credibility in the market.
  4. Easier to get bank credit and investment from investors.
  5. Creates faith in employees and easy to attract talented manpower.
  6. It is very convenient to exit or sell the business, due to less documentation and cost.
14. Whether company registration in India is completely online?

Yes, Company Registration process in India is completely online. Today, company registration and other regulatory filings are paperless; documents are filed electronically through the MCA website and are processed at the Central Registration Centre (CRC), a dedicated back office for Company and LLP Registration process.

15. Do I need to submit my papers anywhere physically?

Upon completing all registration formalities, the Registrar of Companies’ issues a digitally signed Certificate of Incorporation (COI). Electronic certificates issued by the ministry can be verified by all stakeholders on the MCA website itself.

16. Is it mandatory for a company to keep its documents, records, registers, minutes, etc. in electronic form?

Yes, Rule 27 of Companies (Management & Administration) Rules 2014 says that A Listed Company or a Company having more than 1000 Shareholders shall maintain Records in electronic Format. However all the other Companies are required to maintain statutory records in the form of registers, minutes etc. throughout its life.

17. What is Authorized Capital and what should be the minimum authorized capital for registering my company?

When you register a Private Limited Company, the promoters of your Company need to decide on the amount of authorised capital and the share value they will get in return if they invest in your Company.

Authorised Capital or Registered Capital is the maximum ceiling limit of the capital up to which a Company can issue shares and collect money from its shareholders. The authorised capital can also be enhanced by passing a resolution at a meeting of the shareholders.

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