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    Filing of INC-20A after 6 Months of Incorporation

    Posted By : Gaurav / Published on : 20-Aug-2021 08:34 AM / View : 763 / Comment : 1
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    Hi Ask Members,

    We have some companies who have approached us for filing of INC-20A, Declaration for Commencement of Business. As per Law, if the company does not file INC-20A within 6 months of incorporation, the concerned ROC can strike off the name of the company from the Register of Companies. Will filing of INC-20A after 6 months cause any issues later on and might attract strike-off notice from ROC?

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    • In my view, Company post Filing of INC-20A after due timeline but before getting any notice from concerned ROC, will not attract strike-off notice from ROC as we made the required compliance, (delayed with Additional fee). 

      21-08-2021 / 02:43:01 PM
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