Has received a resubmission regarding the Companies incorporation rule, 2014 as per rule 13(5) stating that the Documents INC-9 and DIR-2 has not been Notarized and apostilled but according to the above mention rule it States that:
"13 (5) Where subscriber to the memorandum is a foreign national residing outside India-
(a) in a country in any part of the Commonwealth, his signatures and address on the memorandum and articles of association and proof of identity shall be notarized by a Notary (Public) in that part of the Commonwealth.
(b) in a country which is a party to the Hague Apostille Convention, 1961, his signatures and address on the memorandum and articles of association and proof of identity shall be notarized before the Notary (Public) of the country of his origin and be duly apostilled in accordance with the said Hague Convention.
(c) in a country outside the Commonwealth and which is not a party to the Hague Apostille Convention, 1961, his signatures and address on the memorandum and articles of association and proof of identity, shall be notarized before the Notary (Public) of such country and the certificate of the Notary (Public) shall be authenticated by a Diplomatic or Consular Officer empowered in this behalf under section 3 of the Diplomatic and Consular Officers (Oaths and Fees) Act, 1948 (40 of 1948) or, where there is no such officer by any of the officials mentioned in section 6 of the Commissioners of Oaths Act, 1889 (52 and 53 Vic.C.10), or in any Act amending the same;
(d) visited in India and intended to incorporate a company, in such case the incorporation shall be allowed if, he/she is having a valid Business Visa."
My Conclusion: it states that the MOA, AOA, and Proof if Identity should be Notarised and Apostilled.
So my question is whether it is mandatory to Appostile and Notarise the INC-9 and DIR-2 document executed outside India and if yes then kindly quote relevant rules or sections?
I received a resubmission on using the word PVT LTD in Letterhead instead of Private Limited Stating the Violation of Section 4 of Companies Act 2013.
Kindly Guide on the received Resubmission with relevant sections and Rules.
Thank You !!!
Please describe the procedure of alteration of Share Capital when one Director, as well as Subscriber of the company, resigns from the company and another director takes his place.
Please tell the procedure to return the share capital introduced the foregone director and procedure for new introducing share capital by the new director as per new profit sharing ratio.
There is a small doubt, for filing Form FCGPR - can we use the valuation certificate issued by a Registered Valuer? Please advice. I got a re-submission saying that it is not allowed.
Can anyone please share with me the Format of Corporate due diligence report,
An Auditor who was a proprietor and a Statutory Auditor of Company has changed the constitution of Proprietorship to Partnership Firm and Bank Account & PAN No has also changed. So, the question which arises here is whether the Casual has arisen here and if so then Company has to file his resignation and appoint another auditor in his place or we do not have file any Form with MCA and his appointment will continue. If his appointment will continue without any fresh intimation to MCA, then whether the Company has to give intimation to Stock exchange as the Company is listed.
Please provide your inputs.
I am having one Holding and its 4 Subsidiaries, For BEN-2 will be the reporting company and the shareholders of Holding Company who are having 10 or more than 10% shares they have to give ben-1 declarations to reporting company.
My query is while filing the form-BEN-2 I kept For the declaration of Significant Beneficial Ownership under Section 90
Number of Significant Beneficial Owners for whom the form is being filed -03
Details of First SBO got filled in the Form but while filing the details of Second SBO the CIN of the Holding Company is not getting filled and showing an error message of this.
If anyone knows the solution kindly share.
Active co. has only two directors and these two directors vacated office due to strike off another Pvt Ltd.. group co. Now this Active co wants to induct new director thru back end process u/s 167(3). But this new director has to obtain Din before applying to ROC. These directors have no other company other than these two companies. Now for applying to DIN of the new director, form DIR-3 requires an introduction by another director of a company. They tried to get somebody to affix the DSC on DIR-3 but they did not succeed. These two directors are husband and wife and they are operating a small business.
Now please suggest an alternative to this problem so that they can induct new director thru back end process and complete the filing of the pending AOC-4 & MGT-7. They do not want to revive the strike-off company.
Members, Please suggest a practical solution to this. !!!!
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According to Section 168 of the Companies Act, 2013, the resignation of a director from a company must be given in writing to the company and the Board of Directors. A circular resolution is not a valid method for accepting the resignation of a director as it does not satisfy the requirement of written communication.
However, a circular resolution can be passed to authorize a director or any other person to sign and submit the resignation letter on behalf of the resigning director. Once the written resignation letter is submitted, the Board can accept it through a circular resolution or in a Board meeting.
It is important to note that the Board of Directors should promptly consider the resignation letter and pass a resolution accepting it to avoid any delay in updating the records with the Registrar of Companies. The resignation should be filed with the Registrar of Companies within 30 days from the date of resignation using Form DIR-11.