Entrepreneurs at times gets so engaged in the running and growth of their business that they commit a mistake of mixing business money and personal money, income and debts are often mixed with personal funds, which over a period of time dilutes the personal assets of the Entrepreneur.
The solution to this problem, is formation of a Company (Private or Public), which would have separate legal entity from the entrepreneur and which can be used solely for the purpose of running the business.
The Companies Act of 2013 sets down rules for the establishment of both public and private companies. The most commonly used corporate form is the limited company, unlimited companies being relatively uncommon. A company is formed by registering the Memorandum and Articles of Association with the State Registrar of Companies of the state in which the main office is to be located
We are engaged in formation/registration of the following types of companies as per Companies Act, 2013
Private Limited Company.
Public Limited Company.
Non Profit Organisation (Generally Known as Section 25 Company).