Private Ltd. Co.

Common Questions

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A Private Limited Company is a type of business structure that limits the liability of its shareholders and has restrictions on ownership. It is governed by the Companies Act and is one of the most preferred business structures in India.

To register a Private Limited Company, you need a minimum of two directors, two shareholders, a registered office address, and a unique name that complies with the Companies Act.

With Company Avenue Advisory, the registration process typically takes around 10 to 15 days, subject to government processing time and document submission.

Yes, you need a physical office address in India to register a Private Limited Company. This can be a commercial or residential address.

Yes, foreign nationals and NRIs can invest in a Private Limited Company, subject to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) guidelines and other regulations.

After registration, a Private Limited Company must comply with various statutory requirements such as annual filings, board meetings, and maintaining statutory registers.

Yes, you can convert a partnership firm, LLP, or sole proprietorship into a Private Limited Company through a legal process called conversion.

Some advantages include limited liability protection, separate legal entity status, easier access to funding, and better credibility among stakeholders.

While it's not mandatory for Private Limited Companies to appoint a Company Secretary, it's advisable for larger companies to do so to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Company Avenue Advisory offers end-to-end assistance in Private Limited Company Registration, including document preparation, filing, and liaison with government authorities, ensuring a hassle-free process.

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