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    A Private Limited Company is a privately maintained small business existence, which is one of the highly recommended means to start a business in India. The Companies Act 2013 governs private limited company registration in India. While, minimum 2 shareholders are required to start a private company, while the higher limit of members are 200 as per the Companies Act, 2013.

    Benefits Of Public Limited Company

    Brings Foreign Direct Investment

    Indian government has approved 100% involvement of FDI in case of fast growing business industries; that is to say, FDI is permitted 100% without any foregoing approval.

    Obtain Property In India

    Foreign subsidiary company works on an independent structure which gives them the authority to buy properties in India.

    Limited Liability

    Directors and members of the company have limited liability. They are stringently limited to their company’s share.

    Perpetual Succession

    Perpetual succession means no matter what happens to the members or directors of the company, the company will continue to exist.

    Scope Of Expansion

    The growth and expansion of business is easy because company can raises capital from financial institutions, venture capitalist, and the investor.

    Sue And Sued

    Indian subsidiary company acts like a legal person; it can sue and can be sued.

    Process Of Public Limited Company Registration


    Prepare and consolidate documents required for OPC registration

    Certificate of Incorporation

    ROC shall issue CoI if all documents were correct.

    Form SPICE+ Part A

    To get you desired name approved from concerned authority.

    PAN & TAN Number

    PAN & TAN shall be automatically issued along with Certificate of Incorporation.

    Get DSC

    Digital Signature Certificate to digitally attest all forms and documents.

    Form SPICE+ Part B

    Application form to register OPC along with MoA, AoA & INC9..

    Documents NeededFor Public Limited Company Registration

    Identity Proof

    Address Proof

    Identity Proof (Indian Consulate must certify the document)


    Registered Address Proof

    Utility Bill

    PAN Card of Proprietor

    Passport Size Photo

    Address Proof (Indian Consulate must certify the document)


    NOC from Owner

    Compare Forms Of Business

    featuresprivate limited companyone person companyllppartnership firmproprietorship firm
    separate legal entity
    limited liability
    number of members
    2- unlimited
    number of directors / DP
    2 to unlimited
    not applicable
    Not Applicable
    foreign investment (FDI)
    ownership transfer-ability
    perpetual existence
    tax benefits
    statutory compliance

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Most frequent questions and answers

    An LLP is a new form of body corporate introduced in India through the LLP Act, 2008. An LLP in India is an advancement over the existing partnership firm with advantages of corporate structure such as the limitation on the liability of the partners. An LLP is considered as a separate legal entity, perpetual succession, with the liability of partners limited to the capital being contributed by them. Hence, a shareholder is not personally liable for the debts of the company.

    The LLP is the most suitable form of business for small businesses in India, where there are fewer regulations to comply with. Unlike a company, audits are not necessary till the turnover crosses 40 Lac or the capital crosses 25 lac. Hence we can say that the LLP Company Registration is beneficial for small business.

    Yes, you can either incorporate a fresh LLP or convert the existing proprietorship or partnership business as an LLP. The cost of conversion is comparatively higher in comparison to incorporating a new limited liability partnership.

    As said before, the most significant advantage of starting a business with an LLP form of organisation is the outlook by all outside parties towards the business. Though the decision of whether to set up the business as a Limited Liability Partnership or not, rests upon you, it is advised that the entrepreneur closely evaluate all the merits and demerits. To analyse the suitability of the LLP in your situation, please contact us.

    The digital signature is an equivalent of physical or paper certificates in digital format. As the application For LLP Registration is filed online with Digital Signatures of the designated partners, hence the process starts with the issuance of the digital signature for all the designated partners. Photo, ID and Address proof is to be submitted along with Form for the issuance of DSC.

    The DPIN is the old reference to the DIN number for the partners of an LLP. The DIN is a unique number allotted by MCA to every person who intends to take the position of a director of the company or a designated partner in the LLP. For allotment of DIN, an application to MCA is made with Photo, Attested ID and Address proof duly attested by CA, CS or CMA.

    Every LLP is allotted a unique number for its identification by the registrar of companies after its incorporation. The LLPIN is mentioned on the certificate of incorporation of the LLP.

    We are of the considered view that a private limited company is a better option for raising investment from the private investor as the companies act have elaborate provisions dealing with shares and its transfer. The LLP’s are meant for professionals such as CA, Doctors, Architects and Lawyers, etc.

    The LLP Agreement governs the relationship between the partners and their capital structure. Hence in case your business is capital intensive, or you intend to raise money from investors, it is better to incorporate a company. 

    The name of LLP need to be unique and must conform with section 15 of the LLP Act, which is similar to the provisions relating to the name of a company under the Companies Act, 2013. To be brief, the proposed name of LLP should not be same or similar to any other existing company, LLP or a Trademark. 

    The Contribution is the synonym of capital in respect of the LLP, and the Contribution is the investment by the partners made in compliance with the LLP Agreement. The Contribution may be introduced by a partner in the form of Cash, Promissory Notes, Tangible or Intangible Property or Movable or immovable property etc.

    The LLP Act does not prescribe any minimum or maximum capital for a limited liability partnership. It means you can start an LLP with any amount of capital as per the requirement of the business. The ROC fee of incorporation of the LLP and the stamp duty payable on the LLP agreement is dependent on the contribution of the LLP

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