Public Limited Company Registration

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Registration Process Flow

to Start A Public Limited Company in India

Step 1
Arrange Basic Documents
Step 2
Startupji will help to Acquire DSC for directors and witness
Step 3
Startupji will arrange DIN for directors
Step 4
Startupji will apply for Name Approval and get it approved
Step 5
Startupji will Prepare & File necessary documents along with ROC & Stamp Duty Payment
Step 6
Startupji will arrange Certificate of incorporation

Advantage and Benefits

of starting a Public Limited Company

Limited Liability Protection

For the entrepreneurs with larger investment requirement, it is best option to form public limited company. In case the business not able to repay its loans or business goes into losses only the investment in shares of the business is lost, personal properties of shareholders are in safe.

Better Image and Credibility in the Market

Public limited company is popular and well known business structure, corporate customers, government agencies and vendors prefer to deal with public limited company.

Easy to Transfer Shares

It is easy to transfer business by transferring shares of shareholders. Share certificate is sufficient to transfer ownership of a company in public limited.

Easy to Raise funds

Only Public limited company can list its shares in stock exchange and raise capital from stock market. Banks and financial institutes prefer to give loans to Public limited company compared to partnership firm and proprietorship firm.

Favorite Business Structure for Investors

Public limited company is well and transparent business structure. Investors love to invest in public limited company.

Most suitable for Heavy Investment

Public limited company is the best choice for business involving heavy investment.

What you get

With starting a Public Limited Company

1. DIN for 3 directors

2. Class II DSC Token for 2 shareholders

3. DSC for 1 witness

4. Certificate of incorporation, MOA+AOA

5. Company PAN Card

6. Company TAN/TDS number

7. Bank Account Opening Document Support

Minimum Requirements

For starting a Public Limited Company

1. Minimum 7 shareholders are required

2. Minimum 3 directors are required (directors and shareholders can be same person)

3. Director Identification for all directors must

4. One of the directors must be Indian resident

5. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for 3 Directors and 1 witness

6. Minimum Authorized share capital is Rs 5,00,000/- (Five lakh Rupees)

FAQ's

About starting a Public Limited Company

Documents are required for various purposes like DSC, DIN and for registered office. You need to arrange simple documents like photographs PAN card, address proof of directors. For More details please fill the form.
Name of the company is very important in the entire registration process. The name should be catchy and unique. The selected name should be eligible for trademark registration.
Commercial office space is not required for starting a private limited company registration. You can show either own residential or rented home address as registered office address. Once after incorporation you can change your registered office address by informing to Registrar Of Companies (ROC)
DIN stands for Director Identification Number issued by ROC (Registrar of companies). DIN is a unique number required for a person to become director of the company. It is similar to PAN card that is issued by NSDL.
DSC stands for Digital Signature Certificate. It is used for signing electronic forms, filed with ROC for incorporation of the company. For More Details please click here
MOA stands for Memorandum of Association and AOA stands for articles of association. These are the legal documents which consists the objectives of the company and govern rules and bylaws for running the business.
Capital is an investment made by owner (shareholders) into the company. Capital of the company is divided into two form 1) authorized share capital 2) Paid up share capital
Authorized Share Capital:
Maximum amount, upto which the company can issue shares of the company. During the incorporation of the company the ROC registration and stamp duty is based on the authorized share capital of the company. The authorized share capital can be increased at later stage by filing form to ROC.
Paid Up Share Capital:
Actual amount invested by shareholders into the company bank account against which the company can issue share certificates. Shareholders can invest maximum amount of authorized share capital only.
No, after incorporation you need to pen bank account. Within two months of incorporation capital can be deposited into bank account of the company.
ROC stands for Registrar of companies. ROC is a government office with whom companies get registered. Each state has ROC office.
Registered office of the company can be changed at any time after incorporation by informing to ROC.
No. Once the company is registered, it is valid till it is officially liquidated. However company has to file returns every year with ROC office.

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