Certificate of Incorporation

Certificate of Incorporation

Certificate of Incorporation

In the Company Act 1994 it is said that after submission of the registration form with required documents to the registrar, the registrar will check the form and if he satisfied then he reserves the information and after 30 days of submission of registration form, the registrar will registrar the company. If the registrar will not satisfied with the information then after the period the registrar will inform the initiators within 10 days.

Company Act 1994, section 24(1), after the registration of the memorandum of association the registrar will provide the registration of the company.

After getting the registration, the private limited company can start its activities but the public limited company needs to collect the certificate of commencement after getting the registration from the registrar for starting the activities. It is a legal document relating to the formation of a company or business. It is a certificate to form a company issued by the state government or, in some jurisdictions, by a non-governmental entity. Its precise meaning depends upon the legal system in which it is used.

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