Entrepreneurs who has the aim to do business in large scale, aims to issue shares and securities can choose Limited Company structure for registering their business.

Procedure to be followed to register Private Limited company is as follows:

  • Obtaining of DIN (Director Identification Number) using DIR-1
  • Obtain DSC from Certifying Authority like e-mudhra, sify, nCode
  • Choose a Name (Name should end with Private Limited)
  • Name Availability and reservation - using INC-1
  • After obtaining name availability, within 60 days we have to have file incorporation documents using INC-7, DIR-12 and INC-22
  • After incorporating, we have to apply for PAN and TAN
  • Opening a current Accounting with any bank
  • Within 30 days from the date of incorporation, we have to file INC-22 if address of correspondence and registered office address are different.

Forms to filed for registration of Private Limited Company

  • DIR-3 if DIN not available with promoter
  • DIR-4 - Verification for DIN
  • INC-1 - Application for reservation of name
  • INC-7 - Application for Incorporation
  • INC-9 - Affidavit from the subscriber and first director to the MoA
  • INC-10 - Specimen signature
  • DIR-12 - Appointment of Director
  • INC-22 - To intimate the address of the correspondence

May Known As More for LTD

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What is LLP?

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), consortium of flexibility of partnership and the advantages of limited liability of a company at low compliance cost. In simple words LLP means body of corporate with mutually agreed agreement as like in partnership.

What is Pvt Ltd?

Company means a voluntary association formed and organized to carry on a business. In India Company means a company incorporated under Companies Act, 2013 or Companies Act, 1956 or under any previous company law.

What is LTD?

Bass Biz suggest to entrepreneurs who are interested to do business and raise capital through various sources can kick start their business as Pvt Ltd.In India Company means a company Companies Act, 1956 or under any previous company law.

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