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DPT-3 (One Time Return & Annual Return)- FAQs

The Ministry of Corporate Affair vide its notification dated January 22, 2019 had directed to all the Company, except government company, to file: – a one-time return in e-Form DPT-3, by furnishing the details of all outstanding receipt of money or loan taken from April 01, 2014 to March 31, 2019, which is not considered […]...

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Incorporation of Company- Analysis of Provisions

An application for registration of a company shall be filed, with the Registrar within whose jurisdiction the registered office of the company is proposed to be situated, in Form No.INC-32 (SPICe) along with the fee as provided under the Companies (Registration offices and fees) Rules, 2014;...

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Form DPT-3 and the related Compliances

MCA vide its general circular 05/2019 dated 12th April, 2019, clarified that now Companies are required to file data with regard to exempted deposits up to 31st March, 2019 (as opposed to the publication of earlier notification date i.e 22nd January, 2019). Now, Companies are required to file data of exempted deposits for the period of...

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MCA raises curtains on Significant Beneficial Owner (SBO) rules

Amendments in Section 89 & 90 was one of the major amendments brought in by the Companies Act, Rules 2017 after considering the practical challenges in these Rules amended the provisions of SBO Rules through its notification dated February 8, 2019 through notification, has enforced the amended provisions of Section 90 of the Companies A...

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Acceptance of Deposits by Companies From Members

Companies generally raise funds through issue of equity or preference shares, debentures, and commercial papers and inter corporate loans. Deposits are also one of the sources available to a company to raise funds to meet the short term or long term requirements of the company. In order to protect the interest of the depositors and [&hell...

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Intimation of Registered Office of Company to Registrar of Companies

The registered office of a company is a place to which all official communications pertaining to a Company is sent. In addition to a registered office, a company can have an corporate office or administrative office or branch office or factory, etc. The registered office of the Company will also determine the domicile of the […]...

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23 FAQ’s on DPT-3 Form Filing- Answered in ICSI Webinar

1. Filing of DPT-3: DPT-3 has to be filed in two ways: (i) One-time return- 01.04.2014 to  31.03.2019 (Amount received and outstanding) (ii) Annual Return- 01.04.2018 to 31.03.2019 (Amount outstanding)...

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Resignation of Director under Companies Act, 2013

Resignation of Director Hello friends greetings for the day, in the current article we will discuss about resignation of directors as provided in Companies Act 2013, its Rules and implications of the same Manner of Resignation As per sec 168(1) of Companies act 2013, A director may resign from his office by giving a notice […]...

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Appointment of Auditors for Companies other than Government Companies

For a newly incorporated Company: The Board within 30 days from the date of incorporation of the Company, shall appoint the first auditor of the Company who shall hold office of the statutory auditor from the conclusion of that Board Meeting till the conclusion of First AGM of the Company and is liable to sign […]...

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7 Points to be considered while filling form DPT-3

Pursuant to rule 16 of the Companies (Acceptance of Deposits) Rules, 2014, MCA has come up with the notification on 22nd January 2019 with respect of filling of e-form DPT-3 for those amounts which not considered as deposits. Here are the few points which must be considered while filling the form DPT-3. ...

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