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Registration Faq’s

  • What are the documents required for company registration?

    Ans: A person who sets up a business or business, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit/ in the process of registering a company registration certificate is interested in knowing what type of documents is required for company registration.
    Address Proof:
    The documents should not be lesser than 2 months. The following documents are required

    1. Passport
    2. Election Card or Voter Identity Card
    3. Ration Card
    4. Driving License
    5. Electricity Bill
    6. Telephone Bill
    7. Aadhaar Card

    Residential Proof:
    The documents should not be lesser than 2 months. The following documents are required

    1. Bank Statement
    2. Electricity Bill
    3. Telephone Bill
    4. Mobile Bill
  • What is the limit of members in case of a private company?

    Ans: The minimum number of members in a private company is 2, The minimum number of members in a public company is 7 and the minimum number of partners is 2.

  • What certificate is required to open a private company?

    Ans: The Companies Act, 2013, under Section 11, to begin a private company first and must, need to obtain the (COB) commencement of business certificate from the concerned registrar of companies.

  • Why is Pvt Ltd Better Than LLP?

    Ans: LLP has registered under the LLP Act, 2008 which has a separate legal entity whereas Private Limited Company has registered under the Companies Act, 2013 which also has a separate legal entity. In some cases, the LLP constitution has more tax-efficient and avoids double taxation situations. The private limited company shares cannot nr publicly traded.it can raise impartiality funds. The Pvt ltd has the responsibility to protect shareholders

  • What are the disadvantages of LLP?

    Ans: The main disadvantage of an LLP is Public disclosure (a fact, especially a secret, that is made known)

    • The limited shares by the company cannot be retained as Profit.
    • High in Tax Rate
    • Inability to have equity investments
  • How can I register my company?

    Ans: Four major steps to register a company/ startup in India:
    Step 1: The Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
    Step 2: The Director Identification Number (DIN)
    Step 3: Create an account on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs( MCA) portal
    Step 4: Apply for the registration of the company
    The required documents are:
    Company name and Original copy of the formal letter issued by ROC
    DIN (Director Identification Number) of all directors of a proposed company
    DSC – Digital Signature Certificate
    Form-1, Form-18 ( for incorporation of a company, for situation or address of the proposed company), Form-32 for particulars of proposed directors, managers, and secretary

  • What is company registration in India?

    Ans: In India, Company Registration is completely based online. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) is regulated and administered under the Companies Act, 2013 and it is processed by the Registrar of Companies from the Central Registration Centre (CRC).

  • What are some examples of legal services?

    Ans: The Free Legal Services include:-

    1. Payment of process fees, court fee, and all other charges payable or sustain in connection with any legal proceedings
    2. Service Lawers are Provided in legal proceedings
    3. Acquiring and available to provide certified copies of orders and other documents in legal proceedings.
    4. Preparation of paper book, appeal including printing and translation of documents in legal proceedings.
  • What are the two types of legal services?
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  • What are corporate legal services?

    Ans: Legal services by corporate lawyers and other legal professionals are:

    • Formation and Establishment of Corporations
    • Intellectual Property Law
    • Corporate Finance
    • Labor and Employment Law
    • Human Resource Management
    • Asset Management
    • Real Estate and Construction Laws
    • Corporate Taxation and Insurance
    • Industrial and Public Relations
    • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
    • Investment Funds
    • Capital Market
    • Private Equity
    • Maritime and Admiralty Law
    • International Business
    • Mergers and Acquisitions (M & A)
    • Business Outsourcing
    • Immigration Law
    • Environmental Law
    • Distribution, Marketing, and Franchise
    • Marketing Strategy
    • All Commercial Disputes and Litigation
    • All Contractual Documents
    • All mandatory Compliance to Authorities
  • How can I register a trademark in India?

    Ans: The trademark registration is made by the registrar of the trademarks. Trademark registration involves the following steps:

    • Choosing a trademark: search the internet for a brand logo whether it already appears.
    • Mark search:
    • Filing application:
    • Uploading documents: Business Registration Proof: PAN card, Aadhar card could be submitted.
    • Examining the application by the registrar of trademark
    • Publication of the Trade Mark Journals
    • Issuance of the trademark registration certificate
  • What are the Advantages of Trademark Registration in India?
    1. Exclusive Trademark Rights
    2. Builds Customer Loyalty and Goodwill
    3. Protection against Trademark Infringement
    4. Creation of a Valuable Asset
    5. Differentiates Your Product or Service
    6. Trademark Protection for 10 Years at Minimal Cost
    7. Use Of ® Symbol
    8. Basis for Global Trademark Registration
  • Can I use trademark before registration?

    Ans: You can’t use the trademark before registration. It should be used only after your trademark registration is approved legally. Using the trademark before the approval is against the law.

  • What is difference between trademark and registered?

    Ans: The trademark symbol (TM) indicates frequently use on a word image, sign, name, or design, packaging. The registered symbol ® represents a mark that is a registered trademark, and in some jurisdictions, it is unlawful or illegal to use the registered trademark symbol with a mark that has not been registered.

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