An Indian Pvt Ltd co. engaged in certain services classified under export of services under GST.
The company received advance worth 2cr from an overseas customer in March 2020 in USD in their bank account as advance against the travel-based services to be provided. From March 2020 the international travel ceased so, the company has not provided any services for last two years to the said client.
The issue : How will the above advance be treated under section 73 and Deposit rules.
-Whether it falls under Public Deposit/Loan
-Whereas it's simply a business advance against services to be provided in future but outstanding for more than 365 days.
-What options the company has to not the same be treated as deposit/loan.
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The procedure for shifting the registered office of a company within the same Special Economic Zone (SEZ) area is as follows:
Conduct a Board Meeting: The Board of Directors of the company must convene a meeting to discuss and approve the proposal for shifting the registered office to a new address within the same SEZ area.
Pass a Special Resolution: A special resolution must be passed by the shareholders of the company in a general meeting to approve the proposed change of registered office.
File Form MGT-14: After passing the special resolution, the company must file Form MGT-14 within 30 days of passing the resolution with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) along with a copy of the special resolution and explanatory statement.
File Form INC-22: The company must file Form INC-22 within 30 days of shifting its registered office to a new address within the same SEZ area with the ROC, along with the following documents:
a. A copy of the special resolution passed by the shareholders authorizing the change of registered office.
b. Proof of ownership or lease/rent agreement of the new registered office address.
c. A copy of the utility bill or property tax receipt of the new registered office address.
d. NOC from the landlord of the registered office premises.
e. Any other documents required by the ROC.
Publish a Notice: The company must publish a notice in the local newspaper in the vernacular language and in English, stating the change of registered office address within 30 days of filing Form INC-22.
Update the Company's Records: The company must update its records, including letterheads, invoices, and other statutory documents, with the new registered office address.
It is important to note that since the SEZ area is located within the state, the company would need to comply with the state-specific compliances as well.