Public Limited
Company

The term PLC or public limited company is a company that has limited liability and offers shares to the general public.

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Public-Limited-Company

A limited liability company is a public limited company under the Business Act of 2013 if it sells shares to the general public. Through stock market trading or a private initial public offering, anyone can buy its equity (IPO). A public limited company is necessary in order to distribute its true financial well-being to its investors.

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Documents Needed For PLC Registration?

PAN-Card

PAN Card of Shareholders & directors

application

Article of association includes rules for the management of the company.

Memorandum of Association

Memorandum of Association includes all the basic details necessary for the company’s incorporation.

location

Address and identity verification (shareholders & directors)

No-Object-Certificate 

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Digital Signature

Process & Time For PLC Registration

  1. There must be a minimum of 7 shareholders and 3 directors.
  2. A minimum of seven shareholders and three directors are required.
  3. A minimum share capital of Rs. 5 lakhs is required.
  4. At least one Director’s DSC (Digital signature certificate) must be submitted with the proposed directors’ identity and address proof DIN.
  5. An application must be submitted in order to select the company name.
  6. The application must include the company’s primary object clause, which defines what the company will do after it is formed.
  7. The application must be submitted to ROC with the following documents: MOA, AOA, properly completed Forms DIR-12, INC-7, and INC-22.
  8. Pay prescribed registration fees to the ROC.
  9. The company must register for the commencement of business certificate after receiving ROC approval.