private limited company

How to Convert Private Ltd. Company Into LLP

Company Law - A Private Company desires to convert its status to LLP Form shall foremost decide the designated Partners of the proposed LLP, as only the members can be the Partners of the converted LLP and of these members of the company at least two Partners would be the Designated Partners.. In case of Body Corporate who […]...

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Income Tax on Shares Buy Back by Unlisted Companies

Company Law - As we know, a company is a safer form of doing business. A company is a separate person than its shareholders/ members; it has its own personality and having power to assessed separately. The shareholders or members of the company are the real owners of the assets of the company. The company is doing business for the benefit of its stake ...

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Comparison between a Private Ltd Company, OPC and LLP

Company Law - Comparative Analysis between a Private Limited Company, One Person Company and Limited Liability Partnership S.No Particulars Private Limited Company One Person Company (OPC) Limited Liability Partnership(LLP)   1. Minimum Number of Directors and Shareholders Members/Shareholders – 2 Directors – 2 Note: Directors and members may or m...

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Form of Doing Business In India -LLP, OPC & Private Limited Companies

Company Law - In this article I will be discussing three forms of business in India and comparison of the same with each other so that those who are deciding to start a new business can compare the same with each other. These three types are as follows :- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) , Private Limited Company, One Person Company (OPC)...

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Process-Conversion of Private Ltd. Company Into LLP

Company Law - PROCESS OF CONVERSION OF COMPANY INTO LLP A Private Company may convert into LLP in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the Third Schedule. Process as given below: ...

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Listed public and private sector companie must increase public holding by 25 % by August 2013

Company Law - Capital market regulator, SEBI today said both public and private sector companies will have to increase public shareholding to a minimum of 25 per cent by August 2013 and there will be no relaxation of the guidelines. SEBI Chairman Mr. U K Sinha told this to reporters on the sidelines of Bombay Stock Exchange function in Mumbai today....

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MCA decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital

Company Law - The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital. According to the Companies Act 1956, the minimum paid-up capital for a private company is Rs 1 lakh and for a listed company Rs 5 lakh. According to official sources, while a company can be set up with any amount, but ...

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Increase in turnover cannot be the sole criteria for steep increase in remuneration payable to director

Shree Laxmi Marketing Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Pune) - 15. In so far as the assessee's contention that as the remuneration paid to the directors were increased in a properly called meeting of the Board of Directors, such payment is to be considered as reasonable and not excessive, we are of the view that this contention of the assessee would be of no mu...

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How to Convert Private Ltd. Company Into LLP

A Private Company desires to convert its status to LLP Form shall foremost decide the designated Partners of the proposed LLP, as only the members can be the Partners of the converted LLP and of these members of the company at least two Partners would be the Designated Partners.. In case of Body Corporate who […]...

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Income Tax on Shares Buy Back by Unlisted Companies

As we know, a company is a safer form of doing business. A company is a separate person than its shareholders/ members; it has its own personality and having power to assessed separately. The shareholders or members of the company are the real owners of the assets of the company. The company is doing business for the benefit of its stake ...

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Comparison between a Private Ltd Company, OPC and LLP

Comparative Analysis between a Private Limited Company, One Person Company and Limited Liability Partnership S.No Particulars Private Limited Company One Person Company (OPC) Limited Liability Partnership(LLP)   1. Minimum Number of Directors and Shareholders Members/Shareholders – 2 Directors – 2 Note: Directors and members may or m...

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Posted Under: Income Tax | ,

Form of Doing Business In India -LLP, OPC & Private Limited Companies

In this article I will be discussing three forms of business in India and comparison of the same with each other so that those who are deciding to start a new business can compare the same with each other. These three types are as follows :- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) , Private Limited Company, One Person Company (OPC)...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Process-Conversion of Private Ltd. Company Into LLP

PROCESS OF CONVERSION OF COMPANY INTO LLP A Private Company may convert into LLP in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the Third Schedule. Process as given below: ...

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Process for Incorporation of LLP under Companies Act, 2013

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are commercial vehicles which combine the features of partnership and company form of business .The concept of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) has been introduced in India by way of Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 (notified on 31st March 2008)....

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Procedure for Formation of Private Limited Company in India

Selection of name for the proposed company: The Promoters have to provide at least 6 names in the order of their preference/priority. The promoters can themselves search for the available names by visiting the MCA website. ...

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Listed public and private sector companie must increase public holding by 25 % by August 2013

Capital market regulator, SEBI today said both public and private sector companies will have to increase public shareholding to a minimum of 25 per cent by August 2013 and there will be no relaxation of the guidelines. SEBI Chairman Mr. U K Sinha told this to reporters on the sidelines of Bombay Stock Exchange function in Mumbai today....

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Distinction Between A Public Limited Company And a Private Limited Company

Distinction Between A Public Company And a Private Company – Following are the main points of difference between a Public Company and a Private Company :- 1. Minimum Paid-up Capital : A company to be Incorporated as a Private Company must have a minimum paid-up capital of Rs. 1,00,000, whereas a Public Company must have a minimum paid-u...

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Guidelines for deciding cases for availability of names for formation of Companies under Companies Act, 1956

Guiding instructions for availability of names:-The procedure for scrutinizing the availability of names of new companies has recently been re-examined carefully in this Department, having taken into account the difficulties experienced by some Registrars in the following the instruction given to them vide Department...

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