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About ROC Compliances.

Every company registered under The Companies Act, 2013 or any previous Company Law shall have to ensure the all ROC Compliances prescribed in the Law. The Registrar of Companies (ROC) is an office under the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs that deals with administration of the Companies Act 1956 and Companies Act, 2013. It is major regulator of the Indian companies in connection with the compliances and other formalities which are required to be done on account of a company. The ROCs also ensure that LLPs comply with the statutory requirements under the required Act. There are currently 22 Registrars of Companies (ROC) operating from offices in all major states of India. Some states, such as Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, have two ROCs each. The Union Government maintains administrative control over ROCs through Regional Directors. There are 7 Regional Directors, and they supervise the functioning of ROCs within their respective regions. The Registrar of Company takes care of company registration/incorporation in India, completes reporting and regulation of companies and their directors and shareholders, and also oversees government reporting of various matters including the annual filling of various documents.

Documents required for ROC Filling.

Ø  Memorandum of Association.
Ø  Articles of Association.
Ø  Certificate of Incorporation.
Ø  Directors/KMP Details.
Ø  Shareholders Details.
Ø  Details of Managerial Personnel.
Ø  Details of Holding Co. / Subsidiary Co. / Associate Co.

What is included in our Package.

Ø  Drafting of notices relating to Board Meetings.
Ø  Drafting of notices relating to Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meeting.
Ø  Minutes of Meeting of Board and Members.
Ø  Annual Report.
Ø  Compliance Certificate.
Ø  Board Report.
Ø  Maintenance of Statutory Registers like Register of Members, Register of KMPs and Register of Managerial Personnels.
Ø  Compliance by Directors.
Ø  Annual Filling and its Documentation.