Owing to the Economic reforms and liberalization in India, it is now an open market to set up and establish businesses both Indian and foreign. India has stood up to be a young country with a fertile environment for companies and businesses based on Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing. Furthermore, digitization of process at a governmental level has paved way to making setting up businesses in India a hassle-free procedure. What makes India such a powerful entity for progress lies in its capability to provide young and efficient manpower, its diverse cultural as well as traditional customs and its willingness to open to new avenues and ventures. With a huge influx of companies already registering with the Company Act, the Indian Business law has become stricter in terms of legalization.
Our team at Business Ventures India, are up-to-date with the laws and reform of the Company Act as well as regulations placed by the Ministry of corporate affairs for starting a business in India. We undertake cases pertaining to all kinds of establishments to claim ground in the Indian market. Our simple online registration procedures will guide you through the requirements that you will have to fulfill and the rest will be our burden to bear. From declaring the type of company to obtaining the necessary permits from the government, we have encapsulated all services in a single package so that nothing goes past you without your knowledge. Our professional services are fairly priced so that you can afford to soar new heights, as per schedule. Contact us now for more details and a free quotation.
1. What are the main documents required for the formation of company?
- Self attested PAN card copy.
- Four Photographs.
- Self attested copy of any one of the Identity Proof such as Driving License, Passport, Voter ID & Aadhar Card
- Self attested copy of the Address Proof such as Bank Pass Book / Bank Statement, Telephone Landline Bill, Mobile Bill & Electricity Bill
- Company Address proof
What are the main roles of a company director?
Directors are responsible for managing the company in the best efficient manner
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Can a company own a property under its name?
Yes, it can.