Procedure for Incorporation of a Company under Companies Act, 2013

Procedure for Incorporation of a Company under Companies Act, 2013: 




Today, we are going to write the steps necessary for Incorporation of a Company under Companies Act, 2013.. MUST READ N SHARE…

Procedure for Incorporation of a Company under Companies Act, 2013: 

1. Obtain Digital Signatures. Nowadays various document prescribed under the Companies Act, 2013, are required to be filed with the digital signature of the Managing Director or Director or Manager or Secretary of the Company, therefore, it is compulsorily required to Obtain a Digital Signature Certificate from authorized DSC issuing authority for at least one director to sign the E-forms related to incorporate like form INC.1 and other documents.
2. Obtain Director Identification Number [Section 153]As per 153 of the Companies Act, 2013, every individual intending to be appointed as director of a company shall make an application for allotment of Director Identification Number in form DIR.3 to the Central Government in such form and manner and along with such fees as may be prescribed.
Therefore, before submission of e-Form INC.1 for availability of name, all the directors of the proposed company must ensure that they are having DIN and if they are not having DIN, it should be first obtained.
3. Name availability for proposed company As per section 4(4) read with Rule-9 of Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014, application for the reservation/availability of name shall be in Form no.INC.1 along with prescribed fee of Rs. 1,000/-. In selection of Company name should be in accordance with name guidelines given in Rule-8o of Companies(Incorporation) Rules, 2014. 
Note: MCA has prescribed certain rules for name availability so it is advisable to check guidelines for the same before applying for name. 
Refer Rule-8 of Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014. After approval of name ROC will issue a Name availability letter w.r.t. approval for availability of name for a proposed company.Validity of Name approved by ROC: As per section 4(5), maximum time for which name will be available has been prescribed in the law itself under section 4(5). The name will be valid for a period of 60 Days from the date on which the application for Reservation was made.  
Note: The applicant cannot start business or enter into any agreement, contract, etc. in the name of the proposed company until and unless a certificate of registration is issued by the registrar of companies as per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and the rules made there under.  
4. Preparation of the Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) Drafting of the MOA and AOA is generally a step subsequent to the availability of name made by the Registrar. It should be noted that the main objects should match with the objects shown in e-Form INC.1. 
These two documents are basically the charter and internal rules and regulations of the company.
Therefore, it must be drafted with utmost care and with the advice of the experts and the other object clause should be drafted in a very broader sense.As per section 4(6) the memorandum of a company shall be in respective forms specified in Tables A, B, C, D and E in Schedule I as may be applicable to such company. As per section 5(6) the articles of a company shall be in respective forms specified in Tables F, G, H, I and J in Schedule I as may be applicable to such company

Written by: CA GROUPS
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