Company Formation IndiaLLP

Company Formation Overview
Company Formation Overview

A Company is a separate legal entity formed under the Companies Act, 1956, with a distinct legal identity from its members and perpetual succession.

Features of a Company
  1. Separate Legal Entity.
  2. Perpetual Succession.
  3. Limited Liability.
  4. Common Seal.
  5. Association for Profit.
  6. Power to Sue and Be Sued.
Types of Companies
  • Private Company: A company with a minimum paid-up capital of one lakh rupees, which restricts the right to transfer its shares, limits the number of members to fifty, and prohibits public subscriptions and deposits from non-members.
  • Public Company: A company that is not a Private Company, with a minimum paid-up capital of five lakh rupees and may include Private Company subsidiaries.
  • Section 25 Company (Association Not for Profit): A company formed for promoting commerce, art, science, religion, charity, or other useful objects, with profits applied for its objectives and no dividend payments to members.
  • Producer Company: A body corporate registered under the Companies Act, engaged in specified activities and registered as a Producer Company.
Company and LLP Formation Overview
Company Formation in India

Through the online services platform of MCA21, we can efficiently incorporate companies within the desired timeframes specified by our clients. Our technological advantage and ready infrastructure make this process seamless. Learn More

LLP Formation in India

Similarly, under the online services platform of MCA21, we can promptly incorporate Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) based on the specific timelines set by our clients. Our technological advantage and ready infrastructure streamline the LLP formation process. Learn More

LLP Formation Overview
LLP Formation Overview

A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a corporate business vehicle that allows professional expertise and entrepreneurial initiatives to combine and operate flexibly, innovatively, and efficiently. It provides the benefits of limited liability while allowing members the flexibility to organize their internal structure like a partnership.

Features of LLP
  • Mutual rights and duties of partners governed by an agreement.
  • LLP is a separate legal entity.
  • LLP has a minimum of two partners with no maximum limit.
  • Liability of LLP is limited.
  • LLP is a separate legal entity.
  • Liable to the full extent of its assets.
  • No partner is liable for independent/unauthorized actions of others.
  • Perpetual succession.
Incorporation Procedure

We offer the facility to incorporate an LLP online under the MCA21 Services platform. This enables our clients to incorporate an LLP with ease, all from the comfort of their office or home, by connecting with us through our website and email. Our technological advantage and ready infrastructure ensure efficient LLP incorporation within the specified timelines.

If you wish to incorporate an LLP online, please proceed to the “Check Name Availability” link. Fill out the Name Availability Application Form (Form – 1A), save it to your computer, and email it (duly digitally signed) to

For a detailed overview of the formation/incorporation of a body corporate, you can refer to this link.

Navneet K Arora & Co LLP” is a leading Company Secretaries firm, founded by CS Navneet Arora, offering a comprehensive range of Legal, Secretarial, and Management Advisory Services. With a focus on Corporate Laws, Business Management, and Taxation, the firm has evolved into an LLP, led by a dedicated management team committed to excellence, innovation, and client satisfaction.

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