Tuesday, October 4, 2016

4 things you should know about amended Incorporation Rules

MCA had introduced an integrated process of incorporation of companies by notifying single Form INC-29 under Companies Act, 2013. Now MCA has amended the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 to further simplify the incorporation process by introducing simplified proforma for incorporating company electronically. Key highlights of amended Rules are given hereunder:

1. Separate e-forms for MOA and AOA: Earlier MOA and AOA were drafted in a word format and attached with the ‘E-form INC-29’. Now the MCA has mandated e-filing of Memorandum of Association (‘MOA’) and Articles of Association (‘AOA’) separately. ‘Form INC-33’ and ‘Form INC- 34’ have been notified for e-filing of MOA and AOA, respectively.

2. Digital Sign under MOA and MOA: Earlier each subscriber sheet and witness column in MOA and AOA was signed manually. Now the MCA does away with manual signature and only digital signature needs to be affixed on subscriber and witness column.

3. New e-form INC-32: Form INC-32 is similar to Form INC-29. However, there are some minor changes in reporting requirements under new Form INC-32.

4. Conversion procedure: The MCA has prescribed the procedure for conversion of a company limited by guarantee into a company limited by share. Such conversion procedure is applicable for a company other than a company registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 or section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013. Such procedure is given hereunder:

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