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One Person Company

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One Person Company

We specialize in providing a seamless and hassle-free registration service for One Person Companies (OPC). Our dedicated team is committed to making the process of starting your business as smooth and effortless as possible. We understand the challenges that come with entrepreneurship, and we are here to guide you through each step with expertise and support. With our assistance, you can confidently establish your OPC and embark on your entrepreneurial journey.

An One Person Company (OPC) is a type of company in which only one person holds the entire shareholding and control over the affairs of the company. OPC was introduced in India through the Companies Act, 2013 as a new form of business entity.

Benefits of Using One Person Company Services

  • Limited Liability: One Person Company (OPC) registration provides limited liability protection, separating personal assets from business liabilities.
  • Single Ownership: OPC allows a single person to own and operate the company, providing complete control and decision-making authority.
  • Legal Recognition: OPC registration gives your business a legal identity, enhancing credibility and building trust with customers, suppliers, and partners.
  • Tax Benefits: OPCs can enjoy certain tax benefits and incentives, such as lower tax rates and exemptions, depending on the jurisdiction.
  • Easy Conversion: As the business grows, OPCs can be easily converted into private limited companies, facilitating future expansion and attracting potential investors.

Documents needed for One Person Company

  • Director Documents: Copy of PAN card, identity proof (Aadhaar card, passport, driver’s license, etc.), and address proof (bank statement, utility bill, etc.) of the proposed director(s).
  • Registered Office Proof: Copy of the rental agreement or sale deed, along with utility bills (electricity bill, telephone bill, etc.) as address proof for the registered office.
  • NOC from Landlord: No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner of the premises where the registered office is located, allowing the use of the address for business purposes.
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA): Drafted and signed MOA and AOA, specifying the business objectives, rules, and regulations of the company.
  • Identity and Address Proof: Identity proof (PAN card, Aadhaar card, passport, etc.) and address proof (bank statement, utility bill, etc.) of the proposed shareholder(s) and nominee.

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