Private Limited Company Registration in India
A Private Limited Company is the popular way to start a Business in India. It is a Separate Legal Entity that does not publicly trade its shares in the stock exchange and the liability of each member is restricted up to the amount invested in the company. At least 2 members are required to register a Private Limited Company in India. It is limited to have maximum of 200 shareholders. A Private Limited Company in Assam is managed and registered by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) under the Companies Act, 2013. It is important to note that all the private companies have to use the word private limited after their name.
Why Small Business should register a Private Limited Company?
Small businesses should register a Private Limited Company as it is the most prominent and acceptable form of business amidst Small, Medium and Large business in India. Generally small businesses require funds and investments for their growth and expansion. Raising funds in the form of debt or equity is comparatively effortless and trouble free for a Private Limited Company as it enjoys high credibility in the eyes of the Financial Institutions, Suppliers, potential clients and general public worldwide.
Moreover, many small businesses have misconception that massive investment is required to Register a Private Limited Company in Assam, India and to undertake legal compliances related thereto. However, the truth is Private Limited Company Registration and its legal compliances can be completed at very affordable charges.
Registration of Company is Simple with Sai Digital Filing
The process of company registration in India is revamped by MCA, effective from 26th January 2018. Now, registration of the company can be completed within 10-15 business days. Sai Digital Filing employs qualified company secretaries and chartered accountants, who ensure highest customer satisfaction and timely delivery of service. Entire process is managed online, with regular communication and assistance available throughout. We have clients in all major cities of India including, Assam, West Bengal, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and more, and, our services have equally relevant reach within smaller cities and towns in the country.
Share capital amount and proposed ratio for holding shares.
A short description of the company and the business.
Name of the city where the registered office of the company is located.
Ownership and sale deed (In case your own premise).
Identity proof of the Directors and Shareholders (PAN Card).
Address proof of the registered office (Electricity bill, telephone bill, etc.)
Address proof of the Director or the Shareholder (Voter ID, Passport, Driving license, etc.)
A duplicate copy of the latest electricity bill, telephone bill, or mobile bill for directors.
Occupation details of directors as well as shareholders.
Email address of the directors and shareholders.
Contact details of directors and shareholders.
Passport size photo of directors and shareholders.
In case the property is on rent then you need to submit a copy of the rent agreement with No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the landlord.
Affidavits for non- acceptance.
NOC for a change in the original subscribers of MOA.
MoA and the AoA subscriber sheets.
PAN Card of the company.
In case you are a foreign national subscriber then you need to provide Nationality proof.