COMPANY REGISTRATION: STARTUP REGISTRATION

Company registration is a process to create a legal identity of a company by registering it under the company law in force. Company registration in India is regulated under the companies act, 2013 (erstwhile companies act, 1956). The company so formed can be a Not-for-profit organisation, a Startup, MSME etc. Ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) is the regulatory body which looks forward to protect investors’ rights and look after compliance procedure for company registration online.

Limited Liability partnership:LLP is an alternative form of carrying business that brings in the perks of limited liability and the flexibility of a partnership. LLP is a separate legal entity from its partners & both have a different level of liability. LLP liability is limited to its assets but the liability of the partners is limited to their agreed contribution in the LLP. No partner is liable for independent or unauthorized actions of other partners.

Private limited companies possess a different character of relationship in terms of ownership, risk & reward as compared to other types of companies. Since most private companies don’t have access to capital markets, they require less rigorous protection for their shareholders. However, they represent an important organizational form for business conduct.

As per Company Act 2013, a public limited company (PLC) is the one that has limited liability and offers its shares to the general public out there who are interested to have some stake in the company. Their stock can be purchased either in person or through an Initial public offering (IPO) via stock market.

The concept of registering One Person Company (OPC) was introduced for the first time under the companies act, 2013. Unlike a Private Company where a minimum of 2 Directors are required, whereas in a Public Company, a minimum of 3 Directors and a minimum of 7 members. A one person company can be formed with just one director as its member.

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