ACTIVE (INC – 22A) Compliance – KYC for Companies

In order to do KYC of companies and to verify their registered office, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has on 21st February 2019 issued Companies (Incorporation) Amendment Rules, 2019 whereby every company, including a company having license under section 8 of the Indian Companies Act 2013 or under section 25 of the erstwhile Indian Companies Act 1956 and incorporated on or before the 31st December, 2017 is now required to file important details of the company and its registered office in e-form ACTIVE (INC – 22A) on or before 25th April 2019. Continue reading “ACTIVE (INC – 22A) Compliance – KYC for Companies”

DIR-3 KYC Form to Update DIN / KYC of Directors

Every Director who has been allotted DIN on or before the end of the financial year, and whose DIN status is ‘Approved’, would be mandatorily required to file form DIR-3 KYC before 30th April of the immediately next financial year.

The due date for FY 2018-19 is 30th April 2019 for all the persons whose DIN status is ‘Approved’ as on 31st March 2019.

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New Filing Requirements

Mandatory Compliances for a Private Limited Company in India

Although Private Limited Company is the most popular form of starting a business, there are various compliances which are required to be followed once your business is incorporated.

Managing the day to day operations of your business along with complying the corporate laws can be little taxing for any entrepreneur. Hence, it is essential to take help of a professional and also understand such legal requirements to ensure timely fulfilment of compliances, without any levy of interest or penalty.

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Difference Between Trust, Society and Section 8 Company

The most of common structures for Non-Profit Organization in India are Trust, Society and Section 8 Companies.

Trust: Trust is considered to be the oldest form of Charitable Organization. Trust can be either private or public. It is primarily created for the benefit of a section of people. Trust is governed by the Indian Trust Act 1882. The main instrument for Registration of Trust is Trust Deed. The creator of the Trust also appoints trustees. The trustees are given control or powers of administration of property in trust with a legal obligation to administer it solely for the purposes specified.

Society: Societies are governed under Society Registration Act 1860. It is generally formed by seven or more people who come together for a common charitable purpose. The main instrument for Registration of Society is the Memorandum of Association.

Section 8 Company: Section 8 companies are governed by Companies Act 2013.  A company under this section can be formed for promoting charitable object relating to art, commerce, science, health and so on. These companies enjoy all the privileges and subject to all obligations of Limited Companies. Continue reading “Difference Between Trust, Society and Section 8 Company”