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Frequently asked questions.
There are various rules and regulations prescribed under the companies act, 2013 for the formation of a public limited company. Here is what you should keep in mind when registering a public limited company:
- Minimum 7 shareholders are required to form a public limited company.
- Minimum of 3 directors is required to form a public limited company.
- A minimum share capital of Rs. 5 lakhs is required.
- Digital signature certificate (DSC) of one of the directors is needed while submitting self-attested copies of identity and address proof.
- Directors of the proposed company will need a DIN.
- An application is required to be made for the selection of the name of the company.
- An application comprising the main object clause of the company is to be made. This object clause will define what a company will pursue after its incorporation.
- Submission of the application to ROC along with the required documents like MOA, AOA, duly filled Form DIR – 12, Form INC – 7 and Form INC – 22 is needed.
- Payment of the prescribed registration fees to the ROC is required.
- After obtaining approval from the ROC, the company should apply for the ‘certificate of business commencement.’
Documents Required for Incorporating a Public Limited Company:
- Proof of identity of all the shareholders and directors.
- Proof of address of all the directors and the shareholders.
- PAN number of all the shareholders and directors.
- Utility bill of the proposed office i.e. proposed registered office for the company.
- A NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the landlord where the office of the company will be situated.
- Director Identification Number (DIN) of all the directors.
- Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) of the directors.
- Memorandum of Association (MOA).
- Articles of association (AOA)