A private limited company is defined under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 is a legal entity or a voluntary association of persons to carry out a particular type of business for profits. And it's a company which has minimum of two shareholders and the maximum number can go up to fifty as per the rules and regulations. So, all private companies need to be registered under the Registrar of Companies under the companies act in India in order to protect from any other illegal actions. As company registration is a series of process so, private limited company registration also follows some legal process which needs to fulfill in order to make your company successfully registered. These days, one can register a company through online and offline if one has all the required documents as per the law. For the registration process, the Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the authorized body appointed under the Indian Companies Act to register both private and public limited companies in India. Therefore, the following important documents are inevitable for registration process:
- Name of the proposed company
- Multiple copies of Memorandum of Associations (MoA) and Articles of Associations (AoA) dully signed and stamped by authorities.
- Name and Address of Board of Directors and Managing Directors
- Registration Application fee