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1. Call Board Meeting:
• To pass resolution for acceptance of deposit from members
• Approve Draft DPT-1 (Circular)
• Appoint a Trustee
• Call General Meeting
• Authorize Director or Secretary for further process

2. Call General Meeting
• Pass Ordinary Resolution for acceptance of deposit

3. File form MGT-14 with ROC within 30 days of passing of resolution:

• Attach Notice, Minute and CTC of Resolution

4. File DPT-1 with ROC at least 30 days before issue of circular, signed by BOD or Person Authorize by Board.

5. Enter into contact with Insurance Company at least 30 days before issue of Circular.

6. Execute Deposit Trust Deed at least 7 days before issuing of circular.

7. Issue Circular (DPT-1) to members through registered post, courier or through Electronic mode.

– Company MAY issue circular in DPT-1 through advertisement also.

8. Within 21 days of Acceptance of Deposit company will issue receipt of deposit to Depositor. Receipt will be signed by Person Authorized by Board of Director.

9. Make Entry in register within 7 days of issue of receipt.

10. Company will create charge on assets of company equal to amount of
deposit unsecured by insurance.

11. File CHG-1 Within 30 days of Creation of Charge.

NOTE:
1. Private Company can accept deposits from member’s up to 25% of paid-up share capital + Free reserve.

2. Company before 30th April each will deposit at least 15% of amount of deposit, whether secured or unsecured, maturing during the year or next financial year in deposit repayment reserve account, maintain with Schedule Bank.

3. Company Before 30th June every year will file DPT-3 with ROC, containing information there in as on 31st March, duly audited by Auditor of company.

4. No trustee can be removed after the issue of circular/advertisement and before the expiry of his term except with the consent of all the Directors Present at a meeting of Board.

5. T & C of Deposit cannot be altered after the issue of circular/ Advertisement or acceptance of Deposit.

6. A panel Rate of Interest 18% shall be payable on nonpayment of matured deposits.

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0 responses to “Procedure for acceptance of Deposit by Private company”

  1. C.S. Abhilash says:

    Dear Sir,
    Kindly clarify whether a Public Trust registered under Indian Trust Act 1882,can accept deposits from trustees as well as from Public by paying an Interest of 12% per annum? The Trust has accepted deposits worth Rs. 20/-Crores till 31/03/2015.
    My father has deposited Rs.2/- Lakh in that Trust. He is not a member of that Trust.Now the Trust is not paying Interest and not returning the amount.

    Please advice whether the deposit is safe and what my father should do to get the amount back?

    Regards.

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