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Public limited Company Registration


What is a public limited company?

Public limited company is the largest form of business in India. A public limited company can be listed on stock exchanges and can thus invite funds from public. Also, there is no restriction as to the maximum no. Of shareholders in a public limited company.

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What is the

Documents required

What are the Documents required for Public limited company registration?

  • PAN card and Residence Proof of directors of the company
  • Passport size photograph of directors
  • Copy of Aadhar or Voter Identity card
  • Copy of rental agreement / Eb card of the business place
  • Bank Statement / Cancelled Cheque of the business

What Includes in this package?

  • Verification of Documents
  • DSC and DIN for 3 Directors
  • Name approval and ROC fees
  • Drafting MOA & AOA
  • Following until Certificate is allotted
  • Applying PAN & TAN

What is the Process

Incorporation of Public Ltd Co.?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

For Registration

A public limited company is required to have minimum 7sharehodlers.

ID proof, Residence proof and PAN card of all the partners along with a Partnership deed signed by all the partners.

Only a registered Partnership firm can file a suit in any court against the firm or other partners for the enforcement of any right arising from a contract or right conferred by the Partnership Act. A Registered Partnership firm can claim a set off or other proceedings in a dispute with a third party.

A partnership deed is a written agreement entered into by all the partners of the firm which specifies the terms under which partnership is to be carried on.

Tax audit under Income Tax Act is required for only few assessees.

There is no minimum capital required to start a partnership firm. A partnership firm can be started with any amount of capital.

To open a bank account for a Partnership firm, a registered Partnership deed along with identity and address proof of the Partners should be provided.

A partner cannot transfer his interest in partnership to an outsider without the consent of all other partners.

Yes. A sole proprietorship concern can be converted into LLP or Company by following procedures laid down in respective Acts.

A partner must be an Indian citizen and resident of India.