Six Things You Must Do After Incorporation of a Private Limited Company

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If you have recently incorporated your private limited company or under the process of incorporation then you must get yourself familiar to the new provisions of Companies act 2013.

We will discuss six most important things that every promoter or director of a newly incorporated private Limited company should know after getting certificate of incorporation or  into the process of incorporation

Check Company Master Data

Certificate of incorporation for a private limited company is the last step in the process of incorporation. Once you received the certificate of incorporation, it means, all legal formalities required for company registration are completed in India.

You need to check following things in company’s master data;

  1. Authorized share capital
  2. Paid up share capital
  3. Registered office address
  4. Status i.e. Active or Inactive
  5. Date of incorporation

In India, we have legal consultants like Chartered Accountants and CS who help us in the process of company incorporation and do all such things that are required to complete the registration process.

Situation of Registered Office

Situation of registered office has to be intimated within 30 days from the date of incorporation to the registrar of companies. This can also be filed at the time of incorporation along with other e-forms (Spice Forms) if registered office of the company is going to be the director’s residence or owned house.

As per section 12 of Companies act 2013, a company shall, on and from the 15th day of its incorporation and all times thereafter shall have a registered office. This means the company should enter into a rent or lease agreement within 15 days from the date of incorporation and within 30 days from the date of registration should file INC-22 with ROC.

Display Company’s Identity

After incorporation, it’s the duty of the company to display following things outside the company’s registered office;

  • Name of the company
  • Registered office address of the company
  • Corporate identity number or CIN
  • Telephone number, email ID
  • Website address and fax number if any

These details are also required to be printed in all business letters, bill-heads and in all other official publications.

Putting CIN or corporate identity number in all official publications is a new requirement in Companies act 2013. This provision was not there in old Companies act 1956.

In case of failure to quote CIN number, penalty of Rs. 1,000 per day shall be imposed on the defaulting company and on every officer in default for every day during which such default continues up to a maximum limit of Rs. 1,00,000.

Appointment of Auditor

As per section 139(6) of Companies Act 2013, company has to appoint its first auditor within 30 days from the date of incorporation in a board meeting. If board of directors are not able to appoint then it has to be appointed within 90 days in a general meeting of members.

First auditor as appointed is required to hold office till the conclusion of first annual general meeting. Companies Act 2013 does not require any form to be filed with ROC but this is a requirement of law and it has to be complied within time.

Bank Account and Issue Shares To Subscribers

Companies Act 2013 requires the company to allot and deliver share certificates within 2 months from the date of incorporation to all subscribers of MOA. It’s also mentioned that each subscriber will deposit subscription money as specified in MOA to company’s bank account by cheque or through net banking.

We suggest to open a bank account with the help of MOA, AOA and certificate of incorporation and then take cheque from each subscriber and deposit it in company’s bank account.

File Audit Report, Financial Statements And Annual Report Before Due Date

A private limited company is required to file its balance sheet, profit and loss account, auditor’s report and annual return every financial year before the due date with the registrar of companies.

Now you know mandatory things that promoter or directors of a private limited company should remember after incorporation of a private limited company. In case of any doubt or clarification please contact us at info@centrik.in

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