Govt. tweaks norms relating to the removal of names of companies from the registrar of Cos.

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NOTIFICATION No. G.S.R. 436(E). Dated 09.06.2022

The Govt. has notified the Companies (Removal of Names of Companies from the Register of Companies) Amendment Rules, 2022.

In rule 4, after sub-rule (3), the new sub-rule shall be inserted. The amended norms empower the Registrar to call for further information or finds such application or any document annexed therewith is defective or incomplete in any respect.

The applicant will be given 15 days’ time to remove the defects and re-submit the complete Form within fifteen days from the date of such information.

In case the applicant fails to resubmit the form within the prescribed timelines, the Registrar shall treat the Form as invalid in the electronic record, and shall inform the applicant, accordingly.

The amended rules further provide that after the re-submission of the Form or document, if the Registrar finds that the Form or document is defective or incomplete in any respect, he shall give the further time of fifteen days to remove such defects or complete the Form.

In case the applicant fails to resubmit the form within the prescribed timelines, the Registrar shall treat the Form as invalid in the electronic record, and shall inform the applicant, accordingly.

The Form No. STK 1, Form No. STK – 5 and Form No. STK-5A, are also substituted.

The notification also provides that any re-submission of the application in Form STK-2 made prior to the commencement of the Companies (Removal of Names of Companies from the Register of Companies) Amendment Rules, 2022 shall not be counted for the purposes of reckoning the maximum number of re-submissions of such Form. The amendments are effective from June 09, 2022.

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