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Private Limited Company Registration

Private limited company is creation of law and can be registered / incorporated as per the law and provisions contained in the companies act 2013 and the rules made there under. Any two person can open private limited company with a limitation of maximum 200 members in a company. The minimum capital required to form a Pvt Ltd Company is Rs. 1,00,000. This is the most common form of business in India and very popular. Most of the companies in India starts there business in a private limited form and graduate to a limited company after the success of business if there is requirement of money from public

Minium Requirement

  1. 1. Minimum two Person
  2. 2. Minimum Capital shall be Rs. 100,000
  3. 3.DIN for the two person
  4. 4. Digital Signature for all director
  5. 5. Consent From the subscriber or director
  6. 6. Proof of Registered Address
  7. 7. NOC from the owner of premises

Document Requirement

  1. 1. Two color Photo of the all the persons
  2. 2. Pan Card of the all the person
  3. 3.Address Proof of all the person
  4. 4. Signature on the DSC Form
  5. 5. Signature on Affidavit for DIN
  6. 6. Signature on Consent form
  7. 7. Signature on Subscriber Sheet

The process of private limited company registration is outlined in the tab above, explaining the documentation and process of incorporation. We adopt a transparent method of pricing which is fixed and certain and same to all our customers. We do not have any discount policy. Our expertise in incorporation is well known in India and out side India. we have helped 4000+ companies of all size and sector.

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Limited Liability Partnership

Limited Liability Partnership

Limited Liability Partnership is a hybrid between a company and a partnership that, as the name suggests, provides the benefits of limited liability and allows its members the flexibility of organizing their internal structure as a partnership based on a mutually arrived agreement.

The LLP Law In India

The Indian Legislature, keeping in view, the international business trends where a range of services is being offered by professionals and businesses in the form of Limited Liability Partnerships, has enacted the much awaited Limited Liability Partnership Act. The Limited Liability Partnership Bill, 2006, was approved by the Cabinet on Dec 7, 2006 and was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on 15th Dec, 2006. It was later referred to the Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance for examination. The Committee submitted its report to both Houses of Parliament on 27th Nov, 2007, recommending some changes along with some suggestions regarding the LLP Bill, 2006. [1] On 12th Dec 2008, the Parliament passed the Limited Liability Partnership Bill, 2008. The Limited Liability Partnership Bill, 2008 received the assent of the Hon’ble President on 7th January, 2009 and has now become a legislation to be called as ‘Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008’.

Limited Liability Partnership [LLP] is viewed as an alternative corporate business vehicle that provides the benefits of the limited liability but allows its members the flexibility of organizing their internal structure as a partnership based on a mutually arrived agreement. LLP form is expected to enable entrepreneurs, professionals and enterprises providing services of any kind or engaged in scientific and technical disciplines, to form commercially efficient vehicles suited to their requirements.

With this background, Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 [LLP Act] was enacted on January 7, 2009.

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TradeMark Registration

If you're starting a new business or trade, a logo, name or signature is the first thing you choose to separate yourself from the rest. A "Trademark" is that symbol you will use to do so. Registering a Trademark is a legal process provided for under the Trade Marks Act, 1999. In this week's column, we will breakdown the process of registering your own Trademark, if your business is applicable for the same.

The Trade Marks Registry was established in India in 1940 and presently it administers the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the rules thereunder. It acts as a resource and information centre and is a facilitator in matters relating to trade marks in the country.

The objective of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 is to register trade marks applied for in the country and to provide for better protection of trade mark for goods and services and also to prevent fraudulent use of the mark.

Under the Indian trademark law the following are the types of trademarks

Product trademarks

Product trademarks are those that are affixed to identify goods. It can be brand name, the label, the logo which is affixed on the product to make it distinct, the product name etc,

Service trademarks

Service trademarks are used to identify the services of an entity, such as the trademark for a broadcasting service, retails outlet, consulting, it consulting company etc.

Collective trademarks

Collective trademarks are registered in the name of groups, associations or other organizations for the use of members of the group in their commercial activities

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Buy/sell existing Pvt ltd company

Buy / Sell Existing Private Limited Companies

Purchasing an existing business offers significant advantages over starting a business from scratch. An existing business should have a history of sales and profits and processes and procedures that are already in place, as well as employees who are familiar with the operations. Existing businesses also have a customer base that can provide immediate sales. Because of these advantages, an existing business is usually more expensive to purchase. Fortunately, it is usually easier to obtain financing to purchase a business than to start a new company.

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one person company registration

One Person Company Registration

The concept of One Person Company (OPC) in India was introduced through the Companies Act, 2013 to support entrepreneurs who on their own are capable of starting a venture by allowing them to create a single person economic entity. One of the biggest advantages of a OPC is that there can be only one member in a OPC, while a minimum of two members are required for incorporating and maintaining a Private Limited Company or a Limited Liability Partnership. Similar to a Company, a OPC is a separate legal entity from its members, offers limited liability protection to its shareholders, has continuity of business and is easy to incorporate.

Minium Requirement

  1. 1. Minimum 1 Shareholder
  2. 2. Minimum 1 Director
  3. 3.The director and shareholder can be same person
  4. 4. Minimum 1 Nominee
  5. 5. Minimum Share Capital shall be Rs. 1 Lac (INR One Lac)
  6. 6. DIN (Director Identification Number) for all the Directors
  7. 7. DSC (Digital Signature Certificate) for all the Directors

Document Requirement

  1. 1. Colour Photo of the one person
  2. 2. Pan Card of the one person
  3. 3. Address Proof of the one person
  4. 4. Signature on the DSC Form
  5. 5. Signature on Affidavit for DIN
  6. 6. Signature on Consent form
  7. 7. Signature on Subscriber Sheet

Though a One Person Entity allows a lone Entrepreneur to run a business with Limited Liability protection, a OPC does have a few limitations. For instance, every OPC must nominate a nominee Director in the MOA or AOA who will become the owner of the OPC in case the promoter Director is disabled. Also, a OPC must be converted into a Private Limited Company if it crosses an annual turnover of Rs.2 crores and must file audited financial statements with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs at the end of each Financial Year. Therefore, it is important for the Entrepreneur to carefully consider the features of a OPC prior to incorporation.

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