Online Conversion of Private Limited Company to Public Limited Company
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Conversion of Private Limited Company to Public Limited Company
The process of changing the public from a private limited company is simple, The main advantage of the public company is that it can increase the reserves without reaching the banking system and reducing the debt, while private companies are privately owned, all the stores are raised by existing members, shareholders and promoters. . If a private company becomes public, the risk is shared among shareholders. Once public companies have been registered, get indirect promotion and support through stock exchange websites where their shares are recorded. It will take 30 to 35 days to complete the process of changing the public from a private limited company, as it involves several steps. First you need to change the articles of association, then remove the personal term from your name, start the registration process and finally wait for the certificate of start of business. Although note, however, some requirements and fees will depend on the fact that you already have three directors, seven members (shareholders) and a payment of Rs 5 lakh (all are required for a public limited company).
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Procedure For Conversion
Documents Required For Public Limited Registration
- Self attested copy of PAN Card of each director
- Self attested copy of Voter’s ID/Passport/Driver’s License/ Aadhaar Card of each director
- Self attested copy of Bank Statement of each director
- Passport-sized photograph of each director
- Self attested copy Mobile Bill/Electricity (Business Place in which registered office)
- Softcopy of Notarized Rental Agreement / Property Ownership proof
- Softcopy of Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
- Softcopy of Sale Deed/Property Deed (in case of owned property)
Advantages Of Public Limited Registration
5 SIMPLE STEPS
to Start Public Limited Company in India
Frequently Asked Questions
A Public Limited Company must have a minimum of three Directors and seven shareholders.
Any individual/organization can become the member of the public limited company including foreigners/NRI.
Its take minimum 7 to 10 days or more depend on State ROC Department Procedure.
The entire procedure is 100% online and you don’t have to be present at our office or any other office for incorporation. A scanned copy of documents has to be sent via mail. They get the company incorporation certificate from MCA via courier at their business address.
Yes, company office address can be changed anytime after incorporation.
ROC is a Government office with whom companies get registered. Every State has one ROC office except Maharashtra and Tamilnadu where there are two ROC offices. In Maharashtra companies are registered with Mumbai & Pune ROC. In Tamilnadu companies are incorporated at Chennai and Coimbatore ROCs. In all other States like Delhi there is only one ROC office, like at Bangalore, Hyderabad and so on.
Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number required for a person to become a director of a company. DIN is issued by ROC office (Ministry of Corporate Affairs).It is similar to a PAN Card number.DIN is to be mentioned in documents while appointing a person as a director of a company.
A digital signature is electronic signature, which is in the form of codes. It is used for signing the electronic forms, filed with ROC for incorporation of Company. Digital Signature cannot be used in physical documents.
MOA means Memorandum of Association and AOA means Articles of Association. These are the byelaws or rules based on which important matters like main business of the company or meetings is decided. These are standard legal documents prepared by Company Secretaries during registration of the Company.
– PAN is a Permanent Account Number (10-digit alphanumeric number), which is issued by the Income Tax Department in India. A PAN Card is used as a document of identity proof.
(TAN) is a Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (10-digit alphanumeric number), issued to persons who are required to deduct or collect tax on payments made by them under the Indian Income Tax Act, 1961.