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Public Limited Companies Service


A Public Limited Companies Service is a voluntary association of members which is incorporated and, therefore has a separate legal existence and the liability of whose members is limited.

Preferable:

  • The company has a separate legal existence apart from its members who compose it.
  • Its formation, working and its winding up, in fact, all its activities are strictly governed by laws, rules and regulations. The Indian Companies Act, 1956 contains the provisions regarding the legal formalities for setting up of a public limited company. Registrars of Companies (ROC) appointed under the Companies Act covering the various States and Union Territories are vested with the primary duty of registering companies floated in the respective states and the Union Territories.
  • A company must have a minimum of seven members but there is no limit as regards the maximum number.
  • The company collects its capital by the sale of its shares and those who buy the shares are called the members. The amount so collected is called the share capital.
  • The shares of a company are freely transferable and that too without the prior consent of other shareholders or without subsequent notice to the company.
  • The liability of a member of a company is limited to the face value of the shares he owns. Once he has paid the whole of the face value, he has no obligation to contribute anything to pay off the creditors of the company.
  • The shareholders of a company do not have the right to participate in the day-to-day management of the business of a company. This ensures separation of ownership from management. The power of decision making in a company is vested in the Board of Directors, and all policy decisions are taken at the Board level by the majority rule. This ensures a unity of direction in management.
  • As a company is an independent legal person, its existence is not affected by the death, retirement or insolvency of any of its shareholders.
  • Benefits:

  • Limited Liability
  • Superior amount of capital
  • Efficient direction & many more
  • Limited Liability Partnership Service


    Limited Liability Partnership Service (LLP) is a new corporate structure that combines the flexibility of a partnership and the advantages of limited liability of a company at a low compliance cost. In other words, it is an alternative corporate business vehicle that provides the benefits of limited liability of a company, but allows its members the flexibility of organizing their internal management on the basis of a mutually arrived agreement, as is the case in a partnership firm.

    Owing to flexibility in its structure and operation, it would be useful for small and medium enterprises, in general, and for the enterprises in services sector, in particular. Internationally, LLPs are the preferred vehicle of business, particularly for service industry or for activities involving professionals.

    The LLP shall be a body corporate and a legal entity separate from its partners. Any two or more persons, associated for carrying on a lawful business with a view to profit, may by subscribing their names to an incorporation document and filing the same with the Registrar, form a Limited Liability Partnership. The LLP will have perpetual succession.

    Advantages:

  • Easy to Form: It is very easy to form LLP, as the process is very simple as compared to Companies and does not involve much formality. Moreover, in terms of cost the minimum fees of incorporation is as low as Rs 800 and maximum is Rs 5600.
  • Body Corporate: Just like a Company, LLP is also body corporate, which means it has its own existence as compared to partnership. LLP and its Partners are distinct entity in the eyes of law. LLP will know by its own name and not the name of its partners.
  • Taxation: Another main benefit of incorporation is the taxation of a LLP. LLP are taxed at a lower rate as compared to Company. Moreover, LLP are also not subject to Dividend Distribution Tax as compared to company, so there will not be any tax while you distribute profit to your partners.
  • Raising Money: Financing a small business like sole proprietorship or partnership can be difficult at times. A LLP being a regulated entity like company can attract finance from PE Investors, financial institutions etc.
  • No Mandatory Audit Requirement: Under LLP, only in case of business, where the annual turnover / contribution exceeds Rs 40 Lacs / Rs 25 Lacs are required to get their account audited annually by a chartered accountant. This provides great relief to small businessmen.
  • Easy Transferable Ownership: It is easy to become a Partner or leave the LLP or otherwise it is easier to transfer the ownership in accordance with the terms of the LLP Agreement.
  • Compliances: As compared to a private company, the number of compliances are on lesser side in case of LLP.
  • Partners are not agent of other Partners: In LLP, Partners unlike partnership are not agents of the partners and therefore they are not liable for the individual act of other partners in LLP, which protects the interest of individual partners.
  • Partnership Firm Service


    The Indian Partnership Act, 1932 is an act enacted by the Parliament of India to regulate Partnership Firm Service in India. It received the assent of the Governor-General on 8 April 1932 and came into force on 1 October 1932. Before the enactment of this act, partnerships were governed by the provisions of the Indian Contract Act. The act is administered through the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

    Under Section 58 of the Act, a firm may be registered at any time ( not merely at the time of its formation but subsequently also ) by filing an application with the Registrar of Firms of the area in which any place of business of the firm is situated or proposed to be situated.

    Preferable:

  • Name of the firm should not contain any words which may express or imply the approval or patronage of the government except where the government has given its written consent for the use of such words as part of the firm’s name.
  • Under Section 59 of the Act, when the Registrar of Firms is satisfied that the provisions of section 58 have been duly complied with, he shall record an entry of the statement in the Register of Firms and issue a Certificate of Registration.
  • Penalty for furnishing false particulars (Section 70).
  • Company Formation Service


    A private limited company Company Formation Service is a voluntary association of not less than two and not more than fifty members, whose liability is limited, the transfer of whose shares is limited to its members and who is not allowed to invite the general public to subscribe to its shares or debentures.

    Features:

  • It has an independent legal existence. The Indian Companies Act, 1956 contains the provisions regarding the legal formalities for setting up of a private limited company. Registrars of Companies (ROC) appointed under the Companies Act covering the various States and Union Territories are vested with the primary duty of registering companies floated in the respective states and the Union Territories.
  • It is relatively less cumbersome to organise and operate it as it has been exempted from many regulations and restrictions to which a public limited company is subjected to.
  • Some of them are:-

  • It need not file a prospectus with the Registrar.
  • The shares allotted to its members are also not freely transferable between them. These companies are not allowed to invite public to subscribe to its shares and debentures.
  • It enjoys continuity of existence i.e. it continues to exist even if all its members die or desert it.
  • Advantages:

  • Continuity of existence
  • Limited liability
  • Less legal restrictions
  • Disadvantages:

  • Shares are not freely transferable
  • Not allowed to invite public to subscribe to its shares
  • Scope for promotional frauds
  • Undemocratic control