Public Limited Company Registrations

Perfect for individuals looking to raise funds from the public.

A public limited corporation is a voluntary association that could be formed by 7 or more people. It has a separate legal identity from the people who constructed it. It should have a minimum of seven individuals, however there is no limitation to the maximum of individuals it can have. 

Benefits Of Public Limited Company Registrations

More Capital

A public limited company’s shares are open to the entire public, which means that anybody can participate in it. As a result, the firm’s capital rises.

Spreading Risk

Because the stocks are offered to the general public, the market’s unsystematic risk is spread out.

Opportunities for Growth

Due to the lower risk, the company is able to develop and flourish through investments in new initiatives based on the collected money via shares.

Efficiency

In comparison to other forms of organisation, public limited companies are handled more effectively.

Perpetual Existence

The life of a public limited company is eternal, so it is unaffected by the demise of stockholders & directors.

Gets More Attention

Getting registered on a stock exchange ensures that mutual funds, hedge funds, and other traders are aware of the firm’s operations.

Documents required For Public Limited Company Registrations

  • Identity Proof – Such as PAN Card, Aadhaar Card, Driving License and Voter ID.
  • Utility Bills- Electricity, Water and Rent.
  • Registered Office.
  • Address – For this reason, any utility bill will work..
  • Address of the Shareholders.
  • Digital Signature Certificate.
  • Directors Identification Number.
  • MOA and AOA

Registration Procedure for Public Limited Company

1. Digital Signature Certificate

Because a company’s registration is completed completely online, a digital signature would be needed when submitting documents to the MCA site. DSC is required for all prospective directors and subscribers to the memorandum and articles of association.

2. Director Identification Number

It is a number that identifies a director and must be obtained by anybody who want to be a director of a corporation. The prospective director’s DIN, as well as his or her name and address evidence, must be included in the business registration form.

3. Registration on the MCA Portal

To register for business registration, you must deliver a valid SPICe+ form to the MCA portal. The Director of a firm must enroll on the MCA site in order to fill out the SPICe+ application and send the relevant papers.

4. Certificate of Incorporation

The Registrar of Companies would check the registration application when it has been filed together with the required papers. They would deliver the Certificate of Incorporation of the Public Company when the application has been validated.

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Frequently Asked Questions

According to the Companies Act of 2013, a public limited company is one that sells shares to the general public.

  • There must be atleast of 7 shareholders.
  • One of the directors should be a permanent citizen of India.
  • Two of the Directors have DSCs (Digital Signature Certificates).
  • A minimum of three directors is required.
  • Rs. 500,000 Minimum Authorized Share Capital (INR Five Lac).
  • It is possible for the directors and shareholders to be about the same individual.
  • All Directors have a DIN (Director Identification Number).

Yes, non-resident Indians and foreigners are permitted to serve as directors of a public limited corporation. Any entrepreneur registering a public limited business, on the other hand, must have the necessary paperwork, like foreign passports and visas. These documentation must be presented to the company registrar.

In India, forming a public limited corporation might take up to 20 working days. The time may change based on the approvals acquired from various government agencies.

The shareholders and directors are in charge of the company’s day-to-day operations. Whenever it comes to administering a public limited company’s operations, directors have the primary power to carry out such tasks. Shareholders only take a cursory glance at the various company operations.

The term CIN stands for Corporate Identification Number. The registrar of businesses provides this number as a registration number. This is a 21-digit number which verifies the validity of the item.