Incorporating a private limited company in India is a time-consuming and extensive procedure that entails several compliances. Takelegal.in’s professional and experienced team is here to help you through the process and guarantee that your company is registered without hassle.
Once we receive your request to assist you with your company’s registration through the form on this page, Takelegal.in’s representative will contact you directly to understand your business better and run you through the registration process in greater detail.
Our representative will supply you with a document checklist, to enable us to begin your private company’s registration process. Moreover, you must comply with the law before you seek registration. With respect to any company, the directors must possess their respective Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and Director Identification Number (DIN) – in case your directors do not possess the two, Takelegal.in will assist you in the application of DSC-DIN as well.
Once the directors’ DSC and DIN have been assigned, Takelegal.in will help you choose a name that is best for your company as well as in compliance with the naming regulations. Before proceeding, it will be imperative to have a Memorandum of Association (MoA) and Articles of Association (AoA) in place. Takelegal.in’s team is adept at drafting these documents and will help you with the same.
It is mandatory for your company to also have a PAN and TAN. Should you require our assistance, Takelegal.in can apply for TAN and PAN registrations on your company’s behalf.
Upon submission of all the documents, the Registrar of Companies issues a certificate of incorporation.
After receiving the incorporation certificate, Takelegal.in will apply for a certificate of commencement on your behalf.
The incorporation of a company as a private limited undertaking requires a bunch of documents to be submitted at various stages to different stakeholders. Towards the same, Takelegal.in advises you to submit to us the following documents at the earliest:
The average duration to register a corporation in India is 15 to 25 days.
Not all businesses are required to be registered in India. Depending on the governing law, the registration requirements will vary. However, it is advisable that businesses do get themselves registered.
The business incorporation process will not need your actual presence. You will need to email us a scanned copy of the necessary papers. The registration procedure will be completed online, and your case manager will keep you updated on your registration.
A director of a private limited company must be at least 18 years of age and a natural person who may or may not be an Indian citizen.
A private limited corporation must have at least two (02) directors and a maximum of fifteen (15) directors. However, the firm may have more than fifteen (15) directors after obtaining a specific board resolution to that effect.
A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a kind of electronic signature used to sign and validate one’s credentials while conducting an online transaction. A certifying authority issues it. Any document, including a business formation document, that is to be submitted to the Registrar of Companies (RoC) must be digitally signed using the DSC.
A Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique number assigned by the government to a
person who wishes to become a director of a business. All of the director’s information is entered into the central database through DIN.
In an LLP, the partners own the LLP and have management authority over it. As a result, in an LLP, a partner is both an owner and a manager, but in a private limited company, the
shareholders are the owners and do not always have management abilities.
A private limited company can be started with a minimum of fifty (50) shareholders, and the number may extend up to a maximum of two hundred (200) shareholders.