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Every registered Indian company can save records with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). The records that are saved are accurately documented for future reference. The records that have been updated can be changed and edited by filing an appropriate e-Form. The business community can file statutory documents with the MCA which ensures down to business and efficient adherence to pertinent laws and corporate governance.
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is responsible for enforcing the Companies Act 2013, the Companies Act 1956, the Competition Act, 2002, the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, and other allied Acts. It also enforces the rules and regulations framed, with the goal of regulating the corporate sector's operation in accordance with the law.
MCA21 is an MCA e-Governance program that provides corporate entities with fast and secure access to MCA services. The MCA21 program is designed to fully automate the enforcement and compliance with the legal requirements of the Companies Act of 1956, the New Companies Act of 2013, and the Limited Liability Partnership Act of 2008.
The MCA21 application allows the business community to form a company and file statutory documents quickly and easily. It ensures proactive and effective adherence to applicable laws and corporate governance.
To access the MCA21 application, go to www.mca.gov.in. The home page of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs will be displayed. One can proceed according to the instructions given in the portal. Updating records under MCA include:
Change of company information
Register Digital Signature Certificate
To register Digital Signature Certificate, go to the MCA Services page and click the "Register Digital Signature" option.
Updating records under ROC
A business is needed to follow numerous regulations established by the Registrar of Companies (ROC). The ROC is the MCA's regulatory authority in charge of enforcing the Companies Act of 2013. The ROC is largely in charge of registering firms founded in their individual states and union territories. The ROC issues certificates of registration or incorporation to businesses and oversees their administrative activity.
Filing ROC Form
Various forms are required to be filed by a company to the ROC to inform the body regarding the changes made within the Company like Director Change, Authorized Share Capital change, the appointment of Statutory Auditor, Return of Allotment, and so on.
DIR-3 KYC: This form is for Director’s KYC Declaration
ADT-1: This Form is for Auditor Appointment
AOC-4: Form for filing Declaration of Annual Accounts
MGT-7: Form for filing Annual Returns
Form 20 B: To file Annual Returns by Companies that have shared capital
Form 21 A: To file Annual Returns by Companies that do not have share capital
MGT-14: For Resolution with MCA regarding Board Report and Annual Accounts
Form 23AC: For the submission of a Balance Sheet
Form 23ACA: is used to file Profit and Loss Accounts.
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