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Company Registration

Required Documents 
  • Passport Size Photograph

  • PAN Card

  • Registered Office Proof (Copy of Electricity Bill/Water Bill/Gass Bill

  • Copy of Aadhar Card

  • Address Proof

  • No objection Certificate

Add-On Services
  • Virtual Address for Address proof (Rent agreement, NOC, Utility (electriciy bill) and other documents.

  • CRM for your company accounts.

We help in getting various types of registrations and licencing. Please contact us for details. Take an informed decision.

  1. Private Limited Company (PLC): A private limited company is a separate legal entity with limited liability, and it requires a minimum of two directors and two shareholders. It is suitable for small to medium-sized businesses looking for limited liability protection and easier access to funding.

  2. Public Limited Company (LLC): A public limited company is similar to a private limited company, but it can offer shares to the public and is subject to more stringent regulatory requirements. It is suitable for large businesses looking to raise capital from the public markets.

  3. Limited Liability Partnership (LLP): An LLP is a hybrid form of business that combines the features of a partnership and a corporation. It offers limited liability protection to its partners and is suitable for professionals such as lawyers, accountants, and consultants.

  4. One Person Company (OPC): An OPC is a type of private limited company that can be formed with just one director and one shareholder. It offers limited liability protection and is suitable for solo entrepreneurs looking to start a business with minimal compliance requirements.

  5. Partnership Firm: A partnership firm is a business entity formed by two or more individuals who agree to share profits and losses. It is governed by the Indian Partnership Act, 1932, and does not have separate legal status from its partners.

  6. Sole Proprietorship: A sole proprietorship is the simplest form of business entity, where a single individual owns and operates the business. It does not have separate legal status from its owner, and the owner is personally liable for all debts and obligations of the business.

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