Public Limited ROC Compliance

Definition

Public Company is Company Formed with 3 Directors and 7 Subscribers. There are strict compliances for public company to follow. Annual Compliances are the major answerability of Public Company from conducting meetings, reporting of its result, Statutory register maintenance to filling of annual forms. RegistrationMart will help you in Complying with the annual Filling Compliances.

cost breakup

Professional Fees 9999
GST 1800
Clear

Notes:

  • Additional fee for Late filling not including
  • Additional fee paid as per Additional fee rules

LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION

AUDITORS REPORT
DSC
BOARD MINUTES

PROCEDURE OF REGISTRATION

INCLUSIVE IN OUR SERVICE

AOC-4 : Filling of Financial Statements
MGT-14 : Adoption of Financials and Director Report
MGT-7: Filling of Annual Return
Govt. Fees
MGT-8: Certification of Annual Return
Professional Fees

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Every Public Limited Company in India mandatory to file annual filling every year as per the Companies Act, 2013. The filling along with the Balance Sheet, P&L Account and other documents must be filed with MCA. The Annual Return is totally different from the income tax department and it’s governed by Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

In the Annual Return the details and contained ate depend on the size of the Public Limited Company but basically in the Annual Return consists of the Balance Sheet, P&L account, Directors Report, Details of the Members, Details of Directors and Secretarial Certificate (if applicable)

The Annual Return must be signed by two directors of the company.

Yes, the Public limited company must file the Annual Return before the due date i.e. 30th September of each year and 6 months from the end of the Financial Year.

No, company cannot file the Annual Return without the certified by Charter accountant or Company Secretaries.

Yes, the company fails to file Annual Return within the specified time then the company shall be liable to pay additional Fees as per the Additional Fees Rule of the companies Act, 2013. The amount of penalty will depend on the number of days in default. till the default continues.