ROC or Company Law Compliances

ROC Although Private Limited Company is the most popular form of starting a business; there are various compliances which are required to be followed once your business is incorporated.

Managing the day to day operations of your business along with complying the corporate laws can is little taxing for any entrepreneur. Hence, it is essential to take help of a professional and also understand such legal requirements to ensure timely fulfilment of compliances, without any levy of interest or penalty.

We have elaborated below some of the common compliances which a private limited company has to mandatorily ensure:

Compliance Requirement

  1. Appointment of Auditor
    Auditor will be appointed for the 5 (Five) years and form ADT-1 will be filed for 5-year appointment. The first Auditor will be appointed within one month from the date of incorporation of the Company.
  2. Statutory Audit of Accounts
    Every Company shall prepare its Accounts and get the same audited by a Chartered Accountant at the end of the Financial Year compulsorily. The Auditor shall provide an Audit Report and the Audited Financial Statements for the purpose of filing it with the Registrar.
  3. Filing of Annual Return (Form MGT-7)
    Every Private Limited Company is required to file its Annual Return within 60 days of holding of Annual General Meeting. Annual Return will be for the period 1st April to 31st March.
  4. Filing of Financial Statements (Form AOC-4)
    Every Private Limited Company is required to file its Balance Sheet along with statement of Profit and Loss Account and Director Report in this form within 30 days of holding of Annual General Meeting.
  5. Holding Annual General Meeting
    It is mandatory for every Private Limited Company to hold an AGM in every Calendar Year. Companies are required to hold their AGM within a period of six months, from the date of closing of the Financial Year
  6. Preparation of Directors’ Report
    Directors’ Report will be prepared with a mention of all the information required under Section 134.

Documents Required to file ROC Compliances

  • Documents Required for GST Registration

    Documents Required

    • MOA/AOA of Company
    • Certificate of Incorporation

ROC Compliance Process

  • Step 1

    Provide us with all the scanned copy of all the requisite Documents online by mail

  • Step 2

    All the required documentation is prepared and verified by our experts.

  • Step 3

    Filling of Various e-forms with MCA and update your records.

  • Step 4

    Intimate you the same and emailing the proof of the same

Frequently Asked Questions

Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the official agency that deals with administration of Companies Act 2013 and it falls under Ministry of Corporate Affairs. All the Companies incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 are mandatory required to file various forms, returns and documents with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) in an electronic mode within the prescribed time along with the prescribed fees.

Companies have to Comply with ROC by filing various return, forms and documents and these could be categorized in two heads.

Annual compliance filling – Compliances which are required to be made once in a year by all the companies incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956.

Other Compliance filling – Compliances which are required to be made from time to time on various events

  • Filing of Annual returns via Form MGT 7 & Form AOC 4.
  • Complying with AGM documentation
  • Maintenance of Minutes book and Statutory registers
  • Timely issue of Share certificates
  • Yearly Disclosure of Interest by Directors

ROC Filing for Event based compliances as given below:

  • Issue or new Allotment of Shares.
  • Change of name andMain objects of the Company
  • Appointment & Resignation of Directors
  • Transfer of Shares
  • Appointment of MD or CEO
  • Change in the Registered Office
  • Change in theAuthorized Capital/ Paid-up Capital
  • Charge registration upon taking secured loan
  • Drafting Resolutions for various meetings
  • Changes in DIN