Various documents are required during the whole process of registering a business in our country. Check out the full list here.

A business is a kind of company or business organization that manufactures goods or services in an organized manner and sells them to the public for profit. Starting a new business in India is not that difficult as it can be easily done by completing some formalities. If you want to start a new business in India, you need to register it in Indian official registers i.e. Ministry of Commercial Affairs (MCA). There is no need to go to the head office for check-in, as it can be done sitting at home.

Various documents are required during the whole process of registering a business in our country.

Types of companies:

Societies can be classified into different types on the basis of how they are incorporated, the number of members and the responsibility of the members.

The most common types of businesses are:

List of documents required before submitting a business:

  • Original copy of the official letter issued by the ROC regarding the availability of the company name

  • Director Identity Number (DIN) of all directors of a proposed company

  • DSC – Digital Signature Certificate

  • Form-1 for the incorporation of a company

  • Form-18 for the location or address of the proposed company

  • Form-32 for details of proposed directors, directors and secretaries

About the Companies Act 2013

The 2013 Company Law adopted by Parliament received the assent of the President of India on August 29, 2013. The Law consolidates and amends the Company Law. The Companies Act 2013 was notified to the Official Gazette on August 30, 2013. Some of the provisions of the law were implemented by a notification issued on September 12, 2013. The provisions of the Companies Act 1956 are still in force.

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