This is another experiment to achieve ease of doing business. I always pointed out combining so many forms into one without cutting numbers of licences required may not actually help businesses. Form – INC – 35 names as AGILE by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs is another such step. Whether a company under incorporation want to apply GST or not, it is required to fill and file Form AGILE. In this post, we will discuss the same.
Category Archives: Chapter II – CA2013
Recently Ministry of Corporate Affairs has introduced a Form Active technically called Form INC – 22A. Noticeable features of this form are – (1) One time Form; (2) Requirement of latitude and longitude of Registered Office and (3) photograph of at least one director of the company. In this post, we will discuss the logic of this one time exercise and its logical future developments.
The recent amendment to the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 is of wide importance. The Companies (Incorporation) Second Amendment Rules, 2019 amended the Clause (a) of sub-rule (5) of Rule 30 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 on popular demand which certainly result in ease of doing business in India. (It may not affect the ease of doing business rating due to the structure of the rating procedure). We also earlier demanded such amendment in our earlier post, Shifting Registered Office to another state, here.
According to old Indian saying – Daroga (Inspector) is the Supreme Sovereign. We, professionals, have a similar experience with Indian corporate law. Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) notified a new rule 25A by way of the Company (Incorporation) Amendment Rules 2019 with effect from 25th February 2019. In this post, we will discuss Rule 25A and Form ACTIVE which technically is Form INC – 22A.
The government of India promulgated a temporary law called the Companies (Amendment) ordinance 2018 on 2nd November 2018 to by parachute landing of few more reform measure. To continue the law government later promulgated the Company(Amendment) Ordinance, 2019
Readers may read this post as a law applicable with effect from 2nd November 2018 till passing the law by the Parliament. These provisions may continue in force after parliamentary approval. In this post we will discuss, the laws related to registered office in brief post the companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2018 and 2019.
Law stated in this post is as on 20th December 2018.
With effect from 18th December 2018, conversion of a public company into a private company requires approval from the Central Government. Earlier such conversion requires approval from the National Company Law Tribunal. This change was made by the Company Amendment (Ordinance) 2018 with effect from 2nd November 2018 and the Companies (Incorporation) 4th Amendment Rules, 2018 with effect from 18th December 2018.
The Government of India promulgated a temporary law called the Companies (Amendment) ordinance 2018 on 2nd November 2018 to by parachute landing of few more reform measure. Constitution of India mandate that Government needs to get it approved by Parliament within 6 months.
Readers may read this post as a law applicable with effect from 2nd November 2018 till passing a law by the Parliament, a bill for which was introduced before Loksabha on 20th December 2018. These provisions may continue in force after parliamentary approval. In this post, we will discuss, the reintroduction of Commencement of Business.