Types of Company Registrations
Private Limited Company (Pvt. Ltd)
Private company registration refers to the process of registering a company Under Sec 25, subsection 1(a) of the company registration Act 1956. In this process, there must be at least two members who will be registering the company, they may be the owner or the representative on behalf of the company.
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Limited Liability Partnership registration refers to the registration of a partnership firm under the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008. The major point in LLP is every partner have limited liability but not several.
One Person Company (OPC)
In this the ownership of the company is only limited to one person, One person Company registration also comes under the Companies Act 1956.
Section 8 - NGO Registration
NGO.-A NGO is registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. One of the key factors here is the NGO has to have a proposed office address.
Public Limited Company
Public company registration refers to the process of registering a company Under Sec 25, subsection 1(a) of the company registration Act 1956. In this process, there must be at least Seven stakeholders.
Business Registration License
Government agencies provide business licence registrations that allow a business entity to operate within the government's jurisdiction. Many factors influence business licence authorizations, including the kind of business ownership, the number of employees, and the location of the business, among others.
Indian Subsidiary Registration
Foreign investors are eager to launch businesses in India since the country offers a plethora of options due to its rapidly expanding market. Any foreign national, excepting citizens of Pakistan, as well as a company operating outside of India, is eligible to invest in the Indian market.