A private limited company is a company where the liability of the shareholders is limited by the number of shares held by them. The incorporation of a company is a process used to form the corporate entity or the company. It becomes a separate entity of its own, recognized by law.
A Private Limited Company can start its operation only after receiving the Certificate of Incorporation.
DIN is a unique identification number allotted to an existing director of a company or an individual who intends to be appointed as a director by the Central Government. It is compulsory to obtain DIN as per section 153 of the Companies Act 2013.
DIN is allotted within one month from the date of receipt of the application.
Since every electronic document prescribed under the Companies Act is required to be filed with digital signatures of either Managing Director, Director, Manager, or Secretary of the Company, at least one of the directors must have a DSC.
The first step of getting a company incorporated includes getting the approval of name from the Registrar of Companies. Companies can adopt names that are not prohibited, not identical nor resembles the name of any registered company. The proposed name should be registered within 3 months from the date of intimation by the registrar. If the applicant fails to do so they will have to apply all over again.
It is approved within 14 days from the date of application
The next step is to prepare for the MOA. It describes its objects, goals, and relationships with the outside world. In the case of a Private Limited Company, it has to be signed by at least 2 people.
AOA is a document containing the rules and regulations governing the internal system of the company.
An application for incorporation of a Pvt. Ltd. company can be made online by filling the E-Form INC-7 along with Form INC-22.
The prescribed registration fees and the filing fee for each document filed for registration are to be paid at the Registrar’s office.
If the RoC is satisfied with the adequacy and appropriateness of the documents after the review, a Certificate of Incorporation will be issued.
Within 7 days of the receipt of documents by the RoC
If there’s no opposition within the mentioned timeline then your application will proceed to registration and the Registrar will offer you a TM Registration Certificate.
Following documents must be also be submitted to the RoC along with the filing fee and Registration fee:
The particulars of first directors (if the company names them in its Articles), are to be submitted to the Registrar within 30 days of its registration or appointment of such directors.