Increase of Authorised Capital
When activities of the company are increasing day by day and pursuant to that company need funds by the way of borrowing and capital infusion then the company has option to increase its Paid up Capital. But Paid up Capital can be increased upto the level of its Authorised Capital. Hence when Company Needs more Capital, the law has given the right to increase the Authorised Capital and can go for more investment.
- Roc Fees and Stamp Duty not Including
- Additional fee for Late filling not including
- Additional fee paid as per Additional fee rules
LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION
MOA (MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION).
PROCEDURE OF REGISTRATION
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Preparation of Documents
Alteration of MOA (Memorandum of Association).
Preparation of forms
Certification of forms
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Authorised Share Capital of a Company means the maximum amount of Share Capital that can issue and as stated in its MOA or AOA. It is also known as nominal Capital.
No, there is no minimum requirement of Authorised Share Capital to incorporate a Company.
Yes, at the time of increase in Authorised Share Capital, stamp duty to be paid on it.
No, paid up share capital can be equal to or less than the authorised share capital.