A Company/ LLP registered under the Companies Act, 2013 shall, from time to time, need to file various e-forms on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) portal. These forms shall need to be filed with the MCA, non-compliance of which would entail heavy penalties on the Company/ LLP or even on the officers in default of such non-compliance. Following are some of the examples of the forms that shall need to be filed by the Companies on the happening of the specified event:
|E-Form no.||Purpose of Form as per Companies Act, 2013|
|INC-22||Notice of situation or change of situation of registered office and verification|
|INC-23||Application to Regional director for approval to shift the registered office from one state to another state or from jurisdiction of one registrar to another within the state.|
|SH-7||Notice to Registrar for alteration of share capital.|
|CHG-1||Application for registration of creation, modification of charge|
|DIR-12||Particulars of appointment of directors and the key managerial personnel and the changes amongst them.|
|FC-1||Information to be filed for Foreign Companies|
|ADT-1||Appointment of the auditor|
Collection of information/ documents.
Review of the information/ documents.
Filling the requisite details in the E-form and attaching the DSC.
F-filing the said form on the MCA portal
– Yes, every company/ LLP shall need to e-file the requisite form, based upon happening of the specified event. Such form shall need to e-filed within the time frame specified in the respective section of the Act.
– Yes. All these forms shall mandatorily be filed in the electronic form.
– If a Company/ LLP delay filing of e-form by more than 270 days from the time period granted for filing of the respective e-form, then penalty, as given in the concerned section will be imposed.