The Memorandum of Association (MOA) of a company has object clauses that determine the purpose and range of activities of a company. Company can not do any other business which is not specified in Object Clause of Memorandum of Association of the Company. Hence whenever you want to diversify or add new business line to your main object, it would require change of object clause.
- Additional fee for Late filling not including
- Additional fee paid as per Additional fee rules
LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION
MOA & AOA
CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION
PROCEDURE OF REGISTRATION
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Preparation of Forms
Certification of Forms
Filing of Forms with ROC
Payment of ROC Fees
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Object clause is the clause in the MOA of the Company which defines the main business activity of the company. It defines the main objects that the company is going to pursue after incorporation.
Note: that earlier under the Companies Act’ 1956 there used to be an Other Object Clause also which defined all other objects that the company could undertake other than the Main and Ancillary objects. This other object clause has now been done away with under the Companies Act’2013.
Normally 1 to 2 Weeks time taken for changing name.
Process is as follow
- Hold the Board Meeting
- Convene a general meeting
- Filing and fees