Company Registration

Proprietorship Firm Registration in India :-
In India we register the Proprietorship which is also called a Sole Proprietorship Firm or Company which is register under the Indian Proprietorship Act 1908. We require the following document to form a proprietorship firm or company.

• Two Photograph of the Proprietor.
• One ID Proof - Voter ID or DL or Passport.
• One electricity bill or water bill of office premises.
• NOC from the landlord of the premises.
• Name of the Company and Nature of Bussiness

Partnership Firm Registration in India :-
In India we register the Company or Firm in Partnership uder the Indian Partnership Act 1932. There could be 2,3,4,5 and more partners in the company. The requirement to register the partnership Firm or Company.

• ID proof of all the Partners - Voter ID or DL or Passport.
• One Partnership Deed between the partners which show the share of each partners.
• One electricity bill or water bill of office premises.
• NOC from the landlord of the premises.
• Name of the company and nature of business.
Private Limited Company Formation in India :-
A private limited company is defined as a legal entity or structure formed under the authority, consisting of one or more individuals or corporate entities that become shareholders. The entity's existence is considered distinct and separate from that of its members. A private limited company like a real person can enter into contracts, sue and be sued, pay taxes separately from its owners, and do the other things necessary to conduct business. We specialize in providing services in the field of Private / Public Limited Company Formation, Business Setup in India and Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Services.Our Company formation services include registration of company, Company audits (LLP) Services. Our Company formation services include registration of company, Company audits, ROC compliance and any other professional services required by any company in India. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals, who can assist you in formatting a private limited company in India and across the globe. As per the Companies Act 1956, a company can either be registered as a Private Limited Company: According to Section 3(1) (iii) a Private Company is one which: • Has a minimum paid-up capital of one lakh rupees.

• Restricts the right to transfer its shares that enables the directors to maintain minimum limit of two members and    the maximum limit of 50 members, shall serve the purpose.
• Limits the number of its members to 50. This number does not include the ex-employees of the company and    employees of the company who are still members of the company.
• Prohibits the subscription of debentures or shares from general public.
• V. Prohibits any acceptance or invitation of deposits from any person except its members, directors or their    relatives.