From Rs.6,999 /- all inclusive fees
The One Person Company Registration in India is introduced by the Company Act 2013 to help for those start-ups who have great potential for a start, manage and run own venture by a single person. The main feature in the OPC is a single person is a Director and Shareholder. In the other venture like Private Limited Company or LLP required at least Two Directors and Two Shareholders. In the OPC there is no intervention required of the third person for making the decision or capital requirement.
In our country (India) the most popular concept to start the business is proprietorship and its major drawback is unlimited liabilities. In the OPC company concept, they protect the owner through limited liability feature those are not available in proprietorship. The one person plays both roles as a director and shareholder. We are one of the Best One Person Company Registration in Gurgaon.
Fill our form with all relevant documents.
Apply for DSC with DIN for Directors.
Preparing Legal documents with MOA & AOA
Incorporation Forms upload to ROC.
Get your Incorporation Certificate with PAN & TAN
The OPC can be easy form compare with other startup. In the OPC only single person KYC is required.
The liabilities of the OPC person are limited up to the unpaid share capital. This feature is similar like in Private Limited Company.
In the OPC minimal statutory compliance required.
This feature leads to fast decision making and execution.
The OPC can be easy to sell any person because very less documentation required for transfer the share and directorship to someone else.
The biggest feature of the OPC is separate legal entity or artificial person distinct from that of the sole owner. If promoter operates single proprietorship business, the business comes to end proprietor death but in OPC the ownership pass on his legal nominee.
The OPC govern as per Companies Act 2013 and validate OPC financial by third person. This feature makes OPC more transparency compare with Proprietorship.
OPC is artificial person in the eyes of the law and they can purchase property in his name.
A. Passport copy
B. Aadhaar Copy
C. Voter ID Card
D. Driving License
A. Electricity Bill
B. Telephone bill
C. Bank statement
Any Ownership Proof: A. Electricity Bill
B. Water bill
C. Property Tax Deposit Slip
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