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Forms under Companies Act, 2013

Updated: Oct 5, 2023

The compliance aspects imposed by the Companies Act 2013 seem to be cumbersome but may not be so if the companies have the appropriate knowledge regarding the same. The Act provides for filing of various forms which originate from the company or the director/chartered accountant/company secretary with the government/registrar.

Forms under Companies Act, 2013

Forms Under Companies Act, 2013

Under the Companies Act, 2013 and its Rules, numerous forms have to be filed by the company with the Registrar of Companies. Some of these forms are to be filed annually by the company such as form to file the financial statement of the company, Application for filing KYC of the director, etc. Some of them are filed only once after the incorporation of the company, such as Application for reservation of name, Consent of Nominee as regards One Person Company, e-Memorandum of association, e-Articles of association, etc.

Some forms are filed at the happening of event, such as the resignation of an auditor, change in the name or address of the company, etc. If these events do not take place, then there is no requirement for filing these forms. Failure to files these forms attracts heavy penalties. Thus, the forms mentioned in the Companies Act, 2013 and its Rules need to be filed accordingly.

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