MCA Notifies Norms w.r.t Processing of Forms by Central Processing Centre CPC | Specifies Their Jurisdiction

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MCA Rule 10A for CPC

Notification No. G.S.R 107(E), Dated: 14.02.2024

MCA has notified an amendment to the Companies (Registration Offices and Fees) Amendment Rules, 2014. A new rule 10A has been inserted to the existing rules. The rule specifies the list of e-forms, applications and documents on which the Central Processing Centre (CPC) shall exercise jurisdiction. The timeline for processing of application has also been specified.

Further, in case, multiple applications, e-forms, and documents are filed at the same time, then all such applications, E-forms and documents must be examined and decided by the Registrar of the CPC. The provisions shall be effective from 16.02.2024.

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