Event Based ROC Compliance Online Advisory| Process- Onfiling[2022]

ROC Event Based Compliances





Do you know that there are some filings with ROC which are done when a particular change happens in the Company such as Appointment of Auditor, Removal of Director, Increase in Capital, etc. Compliances play a vital role in the life of a business cycle, if you ignore the compliances you may end up paying heavy penalties. So, to make you compliant Onfiling provides you with the compliances details when any specific event occurs in your company and complete the compliance of the same. Connect with Onfiling to check the current status of your compliances.

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As per the discussion with Experts you can submit the documents through email to the concerned person with 50% professional fees and the complete government fees for the services.



Once your documents are submitted, our team will draft the required forms as per the documents shared and will send you back for the final review before submitting to authorities.



Once you give confirmation our team will file the documents and give you acknowledgement. Once application is approved by authorities you will get the required certifications without any hassle.

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There is no need for prior central government clearance for changes to a company's registered office within the same city, but the board of directors must authorise such changes and the business must file Form INC-22. However, prior consent from the regional director with authority is needed if the registered office is moving from one state to another.
The Director's position could become vacant due to a statute, a death, an AOA clause, or a shareholder agreement.
In accordance with Section 139(1) of the New Companies Act 2013, a company must notify the auditor of the appointment within 15 days of the meeting at which the auditor is appointed and simultaneously file a notice of the appointment with the registrar of companies. As stated in the guidelines, form ADT-1 must be filled out with this notice of the auditor appointment.
Yes. Form DIR-3 KYC must be submitted by anyone whose DIN has been allocated and whose DIN status is "authorised." Disqualified directors must therefore additionally submit form DIR-3 KYC.
The Board of Directors must adopt a resolution for this purpose, which must be approved by 3/4 of the shareholders. The company must submit an application in RUN Form for new name availability and confirmation. Once the name has been approved, a new certificate of incorporation with the new name is issued as a result of the ROC Filing in Forms MGT-14 and INC 24.

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