Company Registration

Incorporation is the formation of a new corporation/ company (a corporation being a Alphre that is effectively recognized as a person under the law). The corporation may be a business, a non-profit organization, a startup, a micro small or medium scale business. MCA regulates corporate affairs in India through the Companies Act, 1956, 2013 and other allied Acts, Bills and Rules. MCA also protects investors and offers many important services to stakeholders. The Ministry is primarily concerned with administration of the Companies Act 2013, the Companies Act 1956, the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 & other allied Acts and rules & regulations framed there-under mainly for regulating the functioning of the corporate sector in accordance with law.

Pricing

Proprietorship (Udyam)

₹ 250

OPC

₹ 1500

Partnership

₹ 1500

LLP

₹ 1500

Section 8

₹ 1500

Private Limited Registration

₹ 1500

Nidhi

₹ 1500

Note: It includes only professional fees, government fees would be charged additional.

Features

7 Days Delivery

Hassle Free Process

Legal Counselling

Process

Purchase

You can buy the package online from our website and send all the required information via mail.

Discussion

You would receive the slot timings for Telephonic discussion with the Legal Consultant to gather all the information to prepare the draft.

Draft

Your application would be submitted in the government portal.

Delivery

Your File would be delivered via mail.

Clients

Information

TYPE PROPRIETORSHIP PARTNERSHIP LLP PVT OPC
Members
Maximum 1
2-20
2- Unlimited
2-200
1
Legal Status of Entity
Not Considered as separate Legal entity
Not Considered as separate Legal entity
Considered as separate Legal entity
Considered as separate Legal entity
Considered as separate Legal entity
Members Liability
Unlimited Liability
Unlimited Liability
Liability of its members is limited
Limited to the extent of share capital
Limited to the extent of share capital
Registration
Not Compulsory
Optional/ Can be Registered under partnership Act 1932
Registered Under MCA
Registered Under MCA
Registered Under MCA and Companies Act 2013
Transferability Option
Not Allowed
Not Allowed
Can Be Transferred
Can Be Transferred
Allowed to only one person
Taxation
As in Individual
30% of Company Profit
30% of Profit Plus CESS and Surcharges applicable
30% of Profit Plus CESS and Surcharges applicable
30% of Profit Plus CESS and Surcharges applicable
Annual Filings
Income Tax Returns with the Registrar of companies
Income Tax Returns with the Registrar of companies
Filed with the registrar of the company
Filed with the registrar of the company
Filed with the registrar of the company

Documents required

Private Limited Company Limited Liability Partnership One Person Company
2-Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
2-Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
1-Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
2-Director Identification Number (DIN)
2-Director Identification Number (DIN)
1-Director Identification Number (DIN)
Company Name Approval by Ministry
Company Name Approval by Ministry
Company Name Approval by Ministry
Memorandum of association (MoA) &
LLP agreement
Memorandum of association (MoA) &
Articles of association (AoA)
Registration Certificate
Articles of association (AoA)
Registration Certificate
Permanent Account Number (PAN)
Registration Certificate
Permanent Account Number (PAN
Tax Account Number (TAN)
Permanent Account Number (PAN
Tax Account Number (TAN)
Tax Account Number (TAN)

Benefits

FAQ

According to the Companies Act, 1956, a Company is an association of people which is formed and registered under this Act or any previous company laws. A company is a separate legal entity which is different from its shareholders. It is an important feature of Company that there is a difference between people who have control over the affairs of a Company and the people who actually own it.

 

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

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

  • One Person Company (OPC)
  • Private Limited Company
  • Public Limited Company
  • Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
  • Non-Profit Organizations (Sec. 25 Companies)

The concept of One Person Company is the new vehicle of doing business introduced by the Companies Act, 2013. The old Companies Act, 1956, required at least two directors and shareholders to form a private limited company. In OPC, there is only one person who will act in the capacity of a director and a shareholder as well. Such type of a company is formed as a Private Limited Company.

A Private Limited Company has a minimum of two members and two Directors. Maximum number of members that a Private Limited Company can have been 50. Total capital of such a company is formed with shares and every shareholder is a partner. Directors of a Pvt Limited Company should meet at regular intervals and all its transactions should be audited. The name of such a company ends with the words Private Limited

A Limited Liability Company is governed by the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008. It is a corporate structure that encapsulates flexibility of a partnership and benefits of limited liability to the owners at a low cost. In other words, it’s a combination of a Company and Partnership where one partner is not liable for misconduct or negligence of another partner.