Business Registration

Limited Liability Partnership Registration

Limited Liability Partnership Registration in India is an alternative corporate business form that gives the benefits of limited liability of a company and the flexibility of a partnership business, In other words, it offers benefits of both worlds by bringing simplicity in management and scope of expansion like that of a company. The compliance requirements are relatively less and only a few returns have to be filed. For small LLP the audit is not required and the compliance is based on the information declared by the partners.

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One Person Company

A One Person Company is the newest form of business in India introduced by the companies Act, 2013 for the first time where in only one person can open a company, however, a nominee needs to be nominated. A One Person Company can be established only for small businesses as the maximum turnover it can operate with is Rs. 2 Crores Only. An OPC can raise capital only up to Rs. 50 Lac. Only an Indian Citizen can open a One Person Company. OPC is the creation of law and can be registered/incorporated as per

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Society Registration

The section 20 of the Societies Registration Act, 1860 states that military orphan funds, charitable societies, societies formed for the promotion and development of science, literature, instruction, the diffusion of useful knowledge and political education, the foundation, preservation or maintenance of libraries or reading rooms, mechanical and philosophical inventions, societies established at the various presidencies of India, public museums and galleries of paintings, collection of natural history and instruments or designs can be

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Trust Registration (NGO)

Non- Governmental Organisations come under not-for-profit organisations and form a significant part of these kinds of organisations. NGOs are known for devoting or giving their funds for public welfare. It is significant to know that Trusts, Societies and Sec. 8 Companies are the three common forms of not-for-profit organisations. An individual is free to choose among these three as per his/her areas of interest. When it comes to NGOs as trusts, they are noticeably the oldest form of charitable organisations.

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Section 8 Company Registration

Section 8 Company Registration is a new form of Not for Profit Organization which can be incorporated as a company under the Companies Act. 2013. For the social not for profit activities such as to promote commerce, art, science, research, social welfare etc. To do activities for the welfare or organizations with objects which are not with the profit motive, there are three types of entities which can be formed. A society under the societies registration Act, a trust by execution and registration of a trust deed or a section 8

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