Tag Archives: Annual Filing

Understanding Form DIR – 10


Many years ago one Hindu priest told me, those worshipping Laxmi ji (goddess of wealth) before without satisfying Ganesh Ji (god of goodness) may not get good wealth. We need to follow established a procedure to get the desired result. Without understanding utility of Form DIR – 10, its use may not give the desired result. Here, we will have a discussion.

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Remedies for disqualified directors of strike – off companies


Compliance way or Confine way! The Government made it clear. Directors who were on a long-term picnic after removal of names of their “shell companies” are now offered sleepless nights. I appreciate.

Ministry of Corporate Affairs issued two important lists in this regard –

  1. List Of Directors Associated With Struck Off Companies U/S 248
  2. List Of Disqualified Directors U/S 164 (2)(A)

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Company Law Settlement Scheme 2014


The Central Government issued the Company Law Settlement Scheme 2014 [CLSS-2014] in exercise of power conferred under Section 403 and 460 of the Companies Act, 2014.

Scheme aims to support companies to complete annual filing or got declare themselves dormant.

The Scheme shall be in force from 15th August 2014 to 15th October 2014. Under the scheme any defaulting company may file documents which were due for filing till 30th June 2014. The defaulting company shall pay statutory filing fees along with additional fees of 25% of the actual additional fee payable.

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BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS


The Financial Statements of a company is most important document until recent past, when non – financial reporting started to gain its momentum. This is a reporting of growth in business in monetary units.

BOOK OF ACCOUNTS (SECTION 128):

Every company shall prepare and keep at its registered office books of accounts and other relevant books and papers and financial statement for every financial year. These books must give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the company and its branch offices. These books must explain the transactions effected both at the registered office and its branches.  These books shall be kept on actual basis and double entry system of accounting.

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