Company in India can be now formed in just 7 days. And one can register the company from any part in India without going to any Government office as all the documents can now be filled electronically and we do not need to visit for registration. Once a name of the company is approved, it is valid for a period of six months, within which time Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association together with miscellaneous documents should be filed with Registrar of the Company. If one is unable to do so a new application will be made for renewal of name by paying additional fees.
The first step in procedure to register a company is acquiring digital signature. This is mainly done to ensure security of documents filed electronically. In the next step acquiring director identification number is important. Each director has to obtain their identification number. This is mandatory for every director. The third step is to file an e-form or new user registration. This e-form is to be filled at MCA portal. In the last step is to apply for the company to be registered. As this is an online process, the company is registered within 7 days. After getting certificate of incorporation the person can get the pan number along with it and the owner then can open the bank account.
In the Company Registration process, owner needs to be very specific and accurate with the documents he/she is submitting to the Registrar of Companies. The accuracy of documents is very necessary. One small mistake can result in delay of the process of registration.
The documents send to Registrar of Companies should be accurate and perfect. Not only the owner needs to know what documents to be sent, but also what those documents should contain. For example If a person is sending a Voter ID Card as identity proof, but his name is different from the name in his passport, then the documents may be declined. A slight mistake and the process will be delayed by a few days or even weeks. Thus it is important to ensure that you have all the documents in order before sending them.
No objection Certificate is to be obtained from parents or landlord owns the property. If the registration procedure started and if the owner feels that he/she will not be able to get any particular document, the owner can ask a friend to register the business to his/her property. It generally does not matter where the property is registered. It is merely a correspondence address that needs to be registered. If the property is owned by someone else like landlord or parents, one needs to make sure to get a No Objection Certificate which can be prepared with the consent of the real owner of the property. The documents that need to be submitted to register a company are: Passport-sized photograph, Copy of PAN Card, Latest Bank Statement/Telephone or Mobile Bill/Electricity or Gas Bill, Voter’s ID/Passport, Notarized Rental Agreement in English, No-objection Certificate from property owner, Utility Bill for the registered address. All utility bills must be latest or recent maximum two to three months old. If they are older than this, the RoC may reject the application on the spot. Hence to save time it is better to submit the latest bill.
There are host of formalities to be completed before registration of a company. For comply with all the legal formalities there are many Company registration consultants in Ahmedabad. Company registration services, including online company registration, are made available at economic rates to all almost types of companies and corporations in the desired fields of business, commerce, industry, and service sectors.We provide their service to entrepreneurs, industrialists, professionals, businessmen, and investors, for establishing their companies, industries, and institutions in any part of Gujarat.
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