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Private Limited Company
Rs 7,999
For StartUps
2 Digital Signature
2 Director Identification Number
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliances: Moderate
Limited Liability Partnership
Rs 5,999
For Traditional Businesses
2 Digital Signature/DIN
1 LLP Agreement
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliances: Low
One Person Company
Rs 6,999
For Sole Founders
1 Digital Signature
1 Director Identification Number
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliances: Low
Public Limited Company
Rs 14,999
For Listed Companies
7 Digital Signatures
3 Director Identification Number
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliance - Very High
Nidhi Company
Rs 18,999
For Financing Business
7 Digital Signatures
3 Director Identifcation Number
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliances: High
Section 8 Company
Rs 19,999
For Social Service Provider
2 Digital Signature
2 Director Identification Number
1 Company PAN/TAN
Post Compliances: High
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Who We Are

We have helped scored of people in starting their business across a variety of industries, from automotive to retail and hospitality sectors. With more than 5 years of experience in this mystery registration sector, we have the professional team who helped you to carry out your work efficiently. Why Register Experts? Because your passion is our Passion.

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Procedure Required

1. Complete our registration form:

You need to fill our registration form and submit the required documents

2. Verification and Name Approval: 3 working days

We will verify and then apply for the name approval. One time one name shall be applied

3. Get DIN and DSC: 2 working days

After applying the name approval we will make DIN and DSC

4. Documents Submission: 3 working days

After name approval and allotment of DIN and DSC you need to sign some documents to proceed the final steps for incorporation

5. Company approval : 2 working days

Once all documents submitted to the ROC. ROC will verify the documents and issue certification of incorporation

6. Your work is completed:

Once your company is incorporated, we will send you the Company kit includes COI/ MOA/ AOA and DSC.

  • 1. Complete our registration form:

     

    You need to fill our registration form and submit the required documents

  • 2. Verification and Name Approval: 3 working days

     

    We will verify and then apply for the name approval. One time one name shall be applied.

  • 3. Get DIN and DSC: 2 working days

     

    After applying the name approval we will make DIN and DSC

  • 4. Documents Submission: 3 working days

     

    After name approval and allotment of DIN and DSC you need to sign some documents to proceed the final steps for incorporation

  • 5. Company approval : 2 working days

     

    Once all documents submitted to the ROC. ROC will verify the documents and issue certification of incorporation

  • 6. Your work is completed:

     

    Once your company is incorporated, we will send you the Company kit includes COI/ MOA/ AOA and DSC.

Documents Required

PAN Card

Copy Of PAN Card Of Directors

Address Proof

Utility Bills Or Voter's ID Or Driving License

Passport Size Photo

Passport Size Photograph Of Directors

Registered Office

NOC From The Owner With Utility Bills With Rent Agreement Or Registry Proof Or House Tax Receipt

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to be present during the registration process ?

    No, it is not necessary to be present in India during the registration process.

  • What is Article of association (AOA )?

    Articles of Association (AOA) is a document containing all the rules and regulations that governs the company, the articles demonstrate obligations, rights and powers of individuals, who are endowed with the responsibility of running the organization and administration.

  • What is Memorandum of association (MOA )?

    Memorandum of Association (MOA) is a document that contains all the fundamental data which are required for the company incorporation, the Memorandum is the charter, which characterizes and limits powers and constraints of the organization.

  • What are the rules for picking up the name for Private Limited Company?

    The name must be unique and acceptable, as defined by the Companies Act, 2013 or LLP Act, 2008. The name cannot be the same or similar to an existing company or LLP or trademark in the same industry or field.

  • What are the mandatory compliances for a company ?

    Mandatory compliances involve a whole bunch of declarations to the MCA. If you're a new company, it includes getting the common seal, share certificate, then drafting minutes of the board meeting, filing financials of directors and the company, return filings and much else.

  • What is DSC ?

    A Digital Signature establishes the identity of the sender or signee electronically while filing documents through the Internet. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) mandates that the Directors sign some of the application documents using their Digital Signature. Hence, a Digital Signature is required for all Directors of a proposed Company.

  • What is DIN ?

    Director Identification Number is a unique identification number assigned to all existing and proposed Directors of a Company. It is mandatory for all present or proposed Directors to have a Director Identification Number. Director Identification Number never expires and a person can have only one Director Identification Number.

  • What is the validity of the registration of a company ?

    Once a Company is incorporated, it will be active and in-existence as long as the annual compliances are met with regularly. In case, annual compliances are not complied with, the Company will become a Dormant Company and maybe struck off from the register after a period of time. A struck-off Company can be revived for a period of up to 20 years.

  • Can a salaried working person become a director of a Private limited company ?

    Yes, a salaried person can become a director of a company.

  • Is an office required for starting a Private Limited Company?

    An address in India where the registered office of the Company will be situated is required. The premises can be a commercial / industrial / residential where communication from the MCA will be received.

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Types of Company and Firms

Want to start a business?

Congratulations and All the best! Entrepreneurs like you shape the economy of a country. There are multiple structures of business entities shaping ideas. The first confusion running across your mind must be which type of business entity suits you the best. Before you get started, we might help you along to decide. Let us begin with a questionnaire:

  • What is your business? Non-profit or for profit?
  • Who else is involved in your business? Active partner, angel investor, or are you the sole entity?
  • How much control do you want to enjoy in your business? Unlimited or limited liability or partnership? If unlimited liability, are you prepared to take the risk?
  • Do you plan to hire employees? Right at the beginning or somewhere in near future?
  • Would you want your business to be transparent? Public limited or privately owned with no liability of account audits?
  • What taxation policy do you want to adopt for your business? Taxes under Social Security number or under business tax ID?

You may not have a single answer to all of these questions. But it is good to have a thought in the beginning. Prioritize to create a business plan and outline your business goals, before applying for registration or searching for investments. Choosing the correct type for your company will lay the basic foundation for your new business.

Once you are aware of what all you need to have for business, let us take a look at each type of company and firm. The list may not be exhaustive but broadly covers eight major categories.

  1. Proprietor Firm

    It is the simplest and easiest form of business, also referred to as a sole As the word ‘sole’ indicates, there is only one owner. He has unlimited liabilities and single-handedly controls the entire business. The owner himself holds the legal status of the firm, so the concept of a board of directors or shareholders does not remain valid here. There is no distinction between legal and financial identities of the business and the business owner. Only the owner is responsible for all the profits, losses, liabilities, debts or any legal issues encountered while running the business. The biggest advantage is that there are no form fillings or going through delayed legal procedures to start a sole proprietorship. Though, this may vary depending upon the type of product or service provided by the owner, national laws, local rules and regulations. But with the good part, comes the bad as well. In case the owner undergoes any mishap or dies, the business’s existence becomes questionable and comes under the scrutiny of the law. It may lead to the dissolution of the firm unless the firm was already legally transferred to another individual.

  1. Partnership Firm

    It is quite similar to the sole proprietorship firm in the sense that a partnership firm too, is not a legal entity separate from its members or herein referred to as partners. Hence unlike a company, it does not enjoy the advantages of corporatization. ‘Firm’s property’, ‘employees of the firm’, ‘suit against the firm’ etc. are nothing but the ‘property of the partners’, ‘employees of the partners’ and ‘suits against the partners’. In all, a partnership firm is fully owned by its partners except for the purpose of levying taxes. In case of taxation, the identity of the composing partners is distinct from that of the partnership firm. They are governed under Indian Partnership Act, 1932. This type of business is appropriate if business responsibilities require a division between two or more people. A co-owner or co-owners share the burden of losses and debts incurred in the name of the company. Business and legal, both liabilities fall upon each partner (equally or unequally depending upon how the ownership is divided). Partners can be of two types:

  • General partners–They have a liability towards the business and are involved in day-to-day business affairs and decisions.
  • Limited partners – It is mainly called for investors, who are not concerned with daily business affairs and decision, yet play a partner role by providing the required paid-up 
  1. Private Limited Company

    Marriott Hotels India Pvt. Ltd., One97 Enterprise Mobile Solutions Private Limited, etc. are some of the most familiar names among customers in their respective category of product and service. Private Limited Company is one of the most heard of because companies registered under this category have a mandate that the name shall end with ‘Private Limited’. Here, business assets and personal assets are maintained as separate entity i.e. members or shareholders are responsible only for their share of capital. It is composed of individuals known as shareholders, distributing the total capital of business as shares. Shares can also be transferred or sold to another individual with the consent of other shareholders. Private Limited Company can further be classified into three categories:

  • Limited by shares:

A company having the liability of its members limited by the memorandum to the amount, if any, unpaid on the shares respectively held by them’.

The liability of the shareholder lies only for the share of paid-up capital invested in the company. It is one of the most widely accepted forms of business because of the maximum protection ensured to its members.

  • Limited by guarantee:

A company having the liability of its members limited by the memorandum to such amount as the members may respectively undertake to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of its being wound-up’.

Memorandum of Association (MoA) is the bible for such type of companies. A shareholder is liable only for the amount of guarantee undertaken by him/her in the MoA. Also, this guarantee can be called only in case of winding up of the company to pay off all liabilities and creditors or sell assets or distribute assets to the partners or shareholders.

  • Unlimited company:

A company having no limit on the liability of its members’.

The liability of a member is extended to the whole amount of the company’s debts and liabilities. In case of winding up or loss or debts held by the company’s name, claims of the creditors can be met by the private estates of the members. Such type of company involves a huge risk for the debtors and maximum protection for the creditors.

  1. One Person Company

    It is most lucrative for the entrepreneurs who are capable of starting their venture all by themselves. It can be formed with just one Director, one Member and one nominee. There is no limitation on minimum paid-up capital requirements to incorporate the company but there is a maximum limit of paid-up capital and shall be converted into a Private/Public Limited Company once it reaches the threshold value.

It may sound similar to a sole proprietorship but is entirely different. One person company is a separate legal entity which requires registration. It ensures that debt repayment is not the sole responsibility of the owner. Merely owning a business does not account for having a One Person Company category. The principle of perpetual succession is also applicable here i.e. the existence of the company does not depend upon its members. Mishap or death of a member does not affect the company as a whole. The liabilities of the company does not fall upon the personal assets of the owner, hence the business can continue to run without worrying too much about liabilities and litigations.

  1. Limited Liability Partnership

    It is more commonly referred to as a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). This type of company is governed by an Act of Parliament i.e. Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008. It is formed with general partners operating under partnership rules. Herein, no partners having unlimited liabilities all the partners and designated partners enjoy the benefits of limited liabilities. The maximum liability of remaining partners is restricted to the amount or extent of his investment in the company. LLP is a legally identifiable company having its own Permanent Account Number. It allows members to balance between ownership and liability protection since no individual partner is responsible for another person’s misconduct or fault. This structural entity is more suitable for professional services, ad agencies, marketers, and other skill-based

  1. Section 8 company

    The term may look heavy, but some of the renowned names such as Reliance Foundation, Tata Foundation, OTC (Over the Counter Exchange of India) fall under this category. These are the companies registered for special purposes such as for promoting research, social welfare, charity, religion, art, science, commerce, sports, education etc. These are not-for-profit companies, formed to achieve a fixed goal varying from the protection of the environment to youth development in a nation. Any income or profits so obtained are also dedicated to promote the objectives of the company. It is closely similar to a Trust, Society or Association where the members are not paid any dividend.

‘A Company, whether Private Limited, Limited Liability Partnership or Public Limited, who work towards the objective of social welfare without any intention to get any kind of profit or dividend can function as a Section 8 company’

A section 8 company is registered under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Government of India and licensed under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013. These companies enjoy the highest privileges and thereby seek the highest attention from Government departments, donors and other stakeholders. The not-for-profit objective offers greater flexibility. There is no restriction on minimum paid-up capital and such companies are also exempted from Stamp duty registration in few states. Furthermore, donors are interested to invest large sums of money into Section 8 companies because of the tax deduction benefit enjoyed under section 12AA and under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

  1. Public Limited Company

    As is evident from the name, it can offer its shares to the public. It can issue registered securities such as Initial Public Offering (IPO) and Further public offer (FPO). These shares can be acquired, sold or traded by anyone to anyone merely by filling and signing a form or through digital mode. The shareholders of the company may vary on daily basis, based on the daily trading. It determines the market value of a company. Issuing shares to different shareholders increase the flexibility of the business as compared to being a sole trader and a provision is created for dividends, rights and restructuring of the business.

It is the most transparent form of business, in which the true financial position of the company is clear to owners, investors and shareholders (public). In other words, the owners and managers of a public limited company are granted limited liability. The members of the company, both shareholders and directors, hold no liability to the creditors of the company. Also, since a large amount of money from a large number of people is involved in the company’s capital, there are restrictions on selling company assets to pay any liabilities. The rules and regulations are the most stringent. 

  1. Nidhi Company

    ‘Nidhi’ means to finance or fund. These can be considered as quite opposite to Section 8 companies. This terminology is mainly used in the banking industry, also known to be ‘Mutual benefit companies’. They are incorporated with an aim to build a money reserve, receive deposits and lend to its members. This structure is different from the other business forms in the sense that any person who is a member of Nidhi company can make deposits or borrow loans whenever the need arises. The main objective is to utilize funds and promote savings to strengthen the financial conditions of its members.

Sole Proprietorship: Not governed by any special legislation. 
 Partnership firmPrivate Limited CompanyOne Person CompanyLimited Liability CompanySection 8 CompanyPublic Limited CompanyNidhi Company
Governing ActIndian Partnership Act, 1932Companies Act, 2013 and Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014Companies Act, 2013 and Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008Companies Act, 2013

and Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014

Indian Companies Act, 2013 and Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014Registered under Section 406 of Companies Act 2013
Minimum Paid-up CapitalNo restrictions on minimum capital requirement.There was a limit on minimum capital of Rs. 1,00,000. However, it has been relaxed in the Companies Amendment Act, 2015.The formation is similar to that of a private limited company, hence similar restrictions are applied.No minimum requirement of capital contributions. Partners are not liable for the acts of other partners.No requirement of minimum capital.There was a limit on minimum capital of Rs. 5,00,000. However, it has been relaxed in the Companies Amendment Act, 2015.Rs. 5,00,000.
No. of DirectorsAt least 2 partners.2-15

but members can increase such limit by passing Special Resolution in General Meeting of the Company

Minimum member is 1 and the maximum is 15

 

Minimum 2 partners.Minimum number of the director is 2 or 3 if it is incorporated as private or public limited company and the maximum number is 153-15 but members can increase such limit by passing Special Resolution in General Meeting of the CompanyThe minimum no. of the director is 3 who shall also be the member of the company

 

 

No. of MembersNot more than 100.2-200

 

Minimum and maximum 1 member is permissible.At least 2 members are required initially, but there is no upper limit.Minimum member 2 or 7 as the case may be but the maximum number is 200 or unlimited if it is incorporated as a private or public limited companyNo limit on a number of members participating.The company must have minimum 200 members within 1 year of its incorporation but there is no limit to the maximum number of member