Private Limited Company

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A Private Limited Company (PLC) is a company owned by a small group of people. It is registered for specific purposes and controlled by a group of people known as shareholders. A Private Company is a typical company structure for startups and organizations with high development ambitions.

Required Documents

Documents for the Directors:

  • PAN card of the directors
  • ID Proof – Aadhar Card/ Voter Card/ Passport/ Driving License
  • Address Proof – Latest Bank Statement/ Utility bill in the applicant’s name is needed, and must be no more than two months old.
  • Latest Passport Size Photo

Registered Office Address Proof

  • Utility bill (should not be older than two months) / Registry Proof or House Tax Receipt (in case of owned property)
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner

What do we get?

  • Digital Signature Certificate (DCS)
  • Director Identification Number (DIN)
  • Memorandum of Association (MoA)
  • Articles of Association (AoA)
  • Incorporation Certificate
  • Company PAN
  • Company TAN

Attributes of Private Limited Company

  • Members: According to the Companies Act of 2013, a minimum of two members and a maximum of 200 members can form a corporation.
  • Limited Liability: Each member’s or shareholder’s liability is confined. It means that if a corporation suffers a loss in any way, its shareholders may get forced to sell their assets to cover the loss. The shareholders’ assets are not in jeopardy.
  • Never-ending succession: The corporation continues to exist in the eyes of the law even if one of its members dies, becomes insolvent, or files for bankruptcy. As a result, the company will continue to exist in perpetuity. The company’s life will remain intact indefinitely.
  • Index of members: A public company has to maintain an index of its members, whereas a private company has a distinct advantage of not getting obliged to keep an Index.
  • Multiple Directors: A private firm requires two directors when it comes to directors. Private businesses can begin operations with the presence of two directors.
  • Paid-up capital: It must have at least Rs 1 lakh in paid-up capital or a higher amount as may be prescribed from time to time.
  • Prospectus: A prospectus is a thorough summary of a company’s affairs issued to the public by the company. A prospectus is not required to be published in the case of a private limited company because the public is not encouraged to subscribe to the business’s shares.
  • Minimum subscription: It is the amount received by the company in exchange for 90 percent of the shares issued over a specific period. If the company does not receive 90% of the funds, it will continue doing business. A private limited corporation can distribute shares to the public without having to meet the minimum subscription requirement.
  • Name: All private firms must include the phrase “private limited” after their name. 

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