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One person Company
Do you run your own business and you are seeking company status? Register as OPC only with Haxtax experts’ guidance
Get registration done via the fastest route-SPICe.
Avail 1 DSC & DIN
Receive Name Approval
Issuance of Incorporation Certificate
Specific Government Fees & stamp duty up to INR 9000 is included
What is in this package ?
One person company is a concept that allows single founders to get and enjoy the status of a company. It will help businessperson to have complete control over the business affairs while keeping the liability limited. This package is designed to get a business registered as an OPC. All the minor compliances regarding OPC registration with relevant authority are covered in this plan too.
Who should Buy this Package?
Entrepreneurs looking to form a company with limited liability.
Proprietorship firms that are after getting the status of a company
What will you Get?
Registration is done through the fastest process (SPICe)
Expert help in filing of e-forms with ROC
One Director Identification Number
A Digital Signature Certificate.
Drafting of Articles of Association and Memorandum of Association
Issuance of Certificate of Incorporation
PAN Application & Registration of TAN
Call : 7505111555
You purchase the package and get assistance with DSC & DIN application.
Help with Company Name Reservation
Filing of relevant application with the registrar
Receipt of the incorporation certificate
20 days estimate
Documents You Must Submit.
The address proofs of all the Directors.
Citizenship proofs of all the Directors
Photo ID proofs of all the Directors
An NOC from the owner
The rent agreement of your registered office
An ownership proof
Self declaration regarding your directorship in any other companies
Frequently Asked Questions
Which types of legal documents can you draft?
Personal legal documents needed by people include but are not limited to:
Who will be drafting my legal agreement?
Is it mandatory to ensure all agreements are notarized? Should stamp duty be paid on every legal document?