OPCs must declare nominee details in MoA and file in SPICe+ form: MCA
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Notification No. G.S.R……(E)., Dated 19.01.2023
The MCA has amended the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014. Now, OPCs are required to declare nominee details along with consent of such nominee in Form INC-32 with Registrar of Companies at the time of incorporation of the Company. Earlier the consent was required to be filed separately in Form INC-3.
Amendments relating to conversion of OPC into private or public company or vice versa has been notified. MCA has notified the new version of various forms pursuant to amendment.
Now, Registrar shall approve conversion of One Person Company into a Public company or a Private company after examining the latest audited financial statements of the company. Further, altered e-MoA & e-AoA is to be attached with INC 6 for conversion into OPC.
Further, Registrar will now grant the license u/s 8 of Companies Act, 2013 after considering two years financial statements, board report, and audit reports preceding the date of application. Also, company shall file an application in Form INC 18 with the RD through the new MCA System.
MCA has now notified RUN form, INC-4, INC-6, INC-9, INC-12, INC-13, INC-18, INC-20, INC-20A, INC-22, INC-23, INC-24, INC-27, etc. in new V3 portal.
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