Company Registration & ROC

The ‘Company’ form of organisation is the most common incorporated business structure in India. Introduced during the British rule, the ‘company’ structure was retained even after India gained independence, within a reworked legislative framework.

A ‘Limited Company’ is a business organisation registered under company laws for doing business in a particular jurisdiction. It is an association of real persons and/or body corporate (companies and LLPs) registered under relevant laws. It is one of the most accepted business organisations in India.

The company registration in India is regulated by the Companies Act, 1956, and administered by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA - www.mca.gov.in) through offices of the Registrar of Companies (ROC) in each state.

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