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39 new forms notified effective from 14/04/2014.

39 new forms notified effective from 14/04/2014.

1.       INC-1 Application for reservation of name – old form  1A

2.       INC-2 OPC- Application for Incorporation - New form

3.       INC-3 OPC- Nominee consent form - New form

4.       INC-4 OPC- Change in Member/Nominee - New form

5.       INC-5 OPC- Intimation of cessation - New form

6.       INC-6 OPC- Application for Conversion - New form

7.       INC-7 Incorporation of Co. (Other than OPC) 1

8.       INC-18 Application to Regional director for conversion of section 8 co.

into any other kind of co. - New form

9.       INC-20 Intimation to Registrar of revocation/surrender of license issued u/s 8  - New form

10.   INC.21 Application for commencement of business old form  19, 20

11.   INC-22 Notice for situation or change of situation of registered office old form 18

12.   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 - old form 1AD,24AAA

13.   INC-24 Application for change of name old form -  1B

14.   INC-27 Conversion form Pvt. To public or vice-versa old forms -  1B, 62

15.   INC-28 Notice of order of the Court or Tribunal or any other competent authority - old form 21

16.   PAS-3 Return of allotment - old form 2

17.   SH-7 Notice to Registrar for alteration of share capital - old form 5

18.   SH-8 letter of offer - New form

19.   SH-11 Return in respect of buy back of securities - old form 4C

20.   CHG-1 Application for registration of creation or modification of charge (other than debentures) - old form 8

21.   CHG.4 Particulars of satisfaction of charge - old form 17

22.   CHG-6 Notice of appointment or cessation of receiver or manager - old form 15

23.   CHG-9 Application for registration of creation or modification of charge in case of debentures - old form 10

24.   MGT-14 Filing of Resolutions and agreements to the Registrar under section 117 - old form 23

25.   DIR-3 Application for allotment of Director Identification Number - old form  DIN 1

26.   DIR-5 Intimation of change in particulars of Director to be given to the Central Government  - old form DIN 4

27.   DIR-7 Notice of resignation of a director to the Registrar - NEW FORM

28.   DIR-8 Particulars of appointment of directors and the key managerial personnel and the changes among them - Form 32, 32AD

29.   MR-1 Return of appointment of managing director or whole time director or manager - Form 25C

30.   MR-2 Form of application to the Central Government for approval of appointment or reappointment and remuneration or increase in remuneration or waiver for excess or over payment to managing director or whole time director or manager and commission or remuneration to directors - old form 25A

31.   URC-1 Application by a company for registration under section 366 - Old Form 37, 39

32.   FC-1 Information to be filed by foreign company - old form  44

33.   FC.2 Return of alteration in the documents filed for registration by foreign company - old form 49, 52

34.   FC.3 List of all principal places of business in India established by foreign company - old form 52

35.   FC.4 Annual Return - old form  PTII

36.   ADJ Memorandum of Appeal New form  - new form

37.   MSC-1 Application to ROC for obtaining the status of dormant company - new form

38.   MSC-3 Return of dormant companies -  New form

39.   MSC-4 Application for seeking status of active company - new form

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