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Adding a Director – Overview:

It is possible to add or remove a director from the company at any time. While the articles of incorporation should have provisions allowing it, the Articles of Association and Companies Act provisions dictate how and who can be appointed as a new director. Adding new directors to the company involves following a bunch of procedures and Spinach Laws is here to help you make the whole process easy for you.

Why Add/Change Directors

The following are the common reasons why people choose to add or change directors in a company:

To get new talent on board

As your company grows and evolves, you will need to bring new talent on board to meet the new requirements and challenges. It is natural to want to add or make changes in the top-level management.

No dilution of ownership

Directors are primarily responsible for the day-to-day operations of a company. Adding or appointing an additional director helps the shareholders assign more operational responsibilities without losing any strategic control.

Inefficiency of existing directors

It could be that the existing directors cannot meet the requirements of the work or maybe even due to retirement, family problems, physical ailments or other personal reasons. In such cases, you need to add new directors.

To meet the statutory limit

Every type of company needs a certain number of directors. In case of sudden death or plans of retirement from existing directors, you will have to add another director to your company.

Process of Adding a Director

The process of adding a director is more complicated than one might think it to be.

Step 1: Check if the articles (AOA) of the company supports adding an additional director. If there are no such provisions in the AoA of the company, then modify the AoA of the company in a way that allows adding an additional company director.

Step 2: The proposed director must give his or her consent to act as the director via Form DIR-2.

Step 3: The company must pass a board resolution for appointment of director of the company.

Step 4: Get DSC (digital signature certificate) and DIN (director identification number) for the new director.

Step 5: Collect the basic documents and information required for the process and get Form DIR-2, Form DIR-12 and Form DIR-8 at ROC done.

This is a simplified version of the process. Spinach Laws will take care of mostly everything in these steps for you. After this basic process is over, there are a few more formalities that need to be completed after this process and our team will explain those to you.

Documents Required for Director’s Appointment

  • Passport
  • Identification proof (PAN card)
  • Proof of residence (electricity bill, rental agreement, Aadhar Card, voter ID, passport, driving licence)
  • Passport size photograph
  • Digital signature certificate of the proposed director
  • PAN card: mandatory for an Indian applicant
  • Passport: mandatory for a foreign applicant.

Director Removal – Overview

It is possible to add or remove a director from the company at any time. There are different reasons why a director is removed and there are three different procedures based on the reason. Irrespective of that, Spinach Laws can help you with removing a director from your company and make the whole process easy for you.

Reasons to Remove a Director

A director can be removed for any of the following reasons:

  • If they incur any of the disqualifications specified under the Companies Act
  • If they absent themselves from board meetings over 12 months
  • If they enter into contracts or arrangements against the provisions of Section 184 of the Companies Act
  • If they are disqualified by an order of a court or tribunal
  • If they are convicted by a court of any offence and sentenced to imprisonment for not less than six months
  • If they have not abided by the terms and protocols mentioned in the Companies Act of 2013
  • If they have resigned voluntarily from their position.

Ways to Remove a Director

There are 3 ways to remove a director from a company:

1. When the Directors Tender Their Resignation

The steps to be followed in this scenario are:

  • Step 1: Holding a board meeting by giving seven days of clear notice
  • Step 2: In the meeting, the board members will take note of the resignation
  • Step 3: Then they have to pass a resolution in a particular format to that effect
  • Step 4: After that, Form DIR-11 needs to be filed by the resigning director in his individual capacity
  • Step 5: The company has to file Form DIR-12 with the registrar of companies (RoC) along with the registration letter and the board resolution
  • Step 6: When all the forms are filled and the formalities for the director removal are done, the name of the director will be removed from the master data of the company on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) website.

2. Director Remains Absent from the Board Meetings for 12 Months

  • Step 1: If a director absents himself from all the meetings of the removal of board of directors held over a period of twelve months, with or without seeking leave of absence from the board, they are considered to have vacated their office as per Section 167
  • Step 2: A Form (DIR-12) must be filed
  • Step 3: Upon completion of the formalities, the concerned director’s name will be removed from the database of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).

3. Director Removal by Shareholders

  • Step 1: A notice is sent to all the shareholders for a board meeting required to be conducted within seven days from the date of the issue
  • Step 2: Step 2: A resolution is passed to have a general meeting and then for the director removal, subject to the approval of the shareholders on the day of the meeting
  • Step 3: After providing a 21-day notice, the second meeting of shareholders is held to vote on the resolution passed earlier and who is being the removal of director by shareholders will be allowed to speak on their removal
  • Step 4: The shareholders must file Form DIR-12, along with the attachments of the board resolution, and an ordinary resolution
  • Step 5: Once all the formalities are over, the name of the concerned director is removed from the database of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) and its website.

This is the simplified version of the whole process.The director removal procedure has to be carried out carefully and should follow the procedure laid down in the Companies Act.

Our team at Spinach Laws will walk you through the entire process and will be there to help you at every step.

Consequences of Not Filing Form DIR-12:

DIR-12 has to be filed within 30 days from the date of resignation. If the company fails to do so, the following penalties will apply:

  • After 30 days – within 60 days: twice the government fees
  • After 60 days – within 90 days: 4 times the government fees
  • If it exceeds 90 days: 10 times the government fees
  • If it exceeds 180 days: 12 times the government fees and will be booked for the compounding offence as well


The maximum number of shares that a private business may issue is defined by its authorised share capital. According to the 2013 New Companies Act, there is no minimum capital increase requirement. The capital clause of the Memorandum of Association is updated by the board approving an ordinary resolution in order to issue additional shares or increase the authorized share capital.

This sum of authorized share capital increase varies from business to business and could alter, but only with the consent of shareholders. Let’s say a firm has an authorised capital of ₹2 lakhs; in that case, it follows that it can issue shares for up to ₹2 lakhs. However, because it is flexible, this allowed capital may be increased or decreased as needed. Let’s imagine a firm has ₹1 lakh in allowed capital, but an investor wishes to put in ₹1 crore. In this case, the company can raise its authorised capital to ₹1 crore. The permitted share capital increase for company registration is covered here.


At Spinach Laws , we offer various packages to increase your authorised capital

Increase of capital : ₹5499/+tax
Issue of new shares : ₹7999/+tax

Note: Govt fees and stamp duty depends on the authorised capital of the company

Guidelines for Authorised Share Capital Increase

Here are the few guidelines one must know about authorised share capital:

  • ₹5 lakhs for including the phrases Hindustan, Bharat, and India in the company name.
  • ₹10 lakhs for the use of the phrases ‘Enterprise’, ‘Products’, ‘Business’, and ‘Manufacturing’ in the company name.
  • ₹10 lakhs for the use of the phrases ‘Enterprise’, ‘Products’, ‘Business’, and ‘Manufacturing’ in the company name. ₹50 lakhs for the use of the phrases global, intercontinental, continental, Asian, and international in the company’s name.
  • Bharat, Hindustan, and India were paid ₹50 lakhs to be the first word in the firm name.
  • For employing words like ‘international’, ‘global’, ‘universal’, ‘continental’, ‘intercontinental’, ‘asiatic’, and ‘industry’ anywhere in the firm name, as well as ‘udhyog’ and ‘industry’, the fine is ₹1 crore.
  • ₹ 5 Crore if the company name contains the word ‘Corporation’ even once.

Importance of Increasing Authorised Share Capital

A firm may only raise money from the public up to its authorised share capital. You must raise your company’s authorised share capital in order to raise money from the public.

Procedure for Increase in Authorised Share Capital Share Capital

  • Verify whether the company’s AOA has given the go-ahead to increase the authorised capital. If AOA is not permitted, a Special Resolution must be passed in order to change AOA.
  • Hold a board meeting to establish the day, date, time, and location of the extraordinary general meeting as well as to enhance the company’s authorised capital. Give notice of the meeting’s day, date, time, location, and agenda to each member/shareholder, director, and auditor of the company.
  • Convene, hold, and conduct the EGM at the time and location stated, and adopt a resolution to seek shareholder approval. If applicable, submit the required form within the timeframe.
  • Change the company’s Memorandum of Association to increase the permitted share capital.
  • If the shareholders’ resolution is approved, you have 30 days to file form SH-7 with the Registrar of Companies. Additionally, if the resolution is passed as a Special Resolution, form MGT-14 must be filed within 30 days after the resolution’s passage.

Reasons for Raising Authorised Capital of a Company

What can be the reasons for increase in authorised share capital of the company? There could be various reasons for a company needing to increase the authorised capital. Let us see a few:

  • The need for enormous funds
  • Financing the company’s new projects
  • Merger of two enterprises and their cash infusion as part of an arrangement strategy
  • Additional share capital issuance
  • Debt is converted to equity capital.
  • To fulfil the legal requirements

Post Compliance Steps To Increase Authorised Share Capital

Below are the steps on procedure for increase in authorised share capital

Step 1: Board Resolution

Prior to deciding whether or not to increase the authorised share capital, the company must first hold a board meeting to review and discuss the authority provided under the company’s articles of association (AOA). If not, amend the AOA and hold a general meeting to discuss raising the authorised capital.

Step 2: Ordinary Resolution for an Increase in Authorized Capital

The Company will hold a general meeting of the members and adopt a regular resolution for an increase in the company’s authorised capital and any necessary amendments to the memorandum of association at said meeting.

Step 3: Submitting the required paperwork

Following the passage of the Ordinary Resolution increasing the business’s authorised capital, the company will file Forms MGT-14 for filing resolutions and Form

Step 4: The ROC approval

The Registrar of Companies will process the forms and approve the increase in authorised capital after receiving the Forms of Increase in Authorized Share Capital of the Company and verifying that it is pleased with the forms filed and compliance made. The company’s master data will be updated on the MCA portal as soon as the form has been approved.

Checklist For Increasing Authorised Share Capital

  • Check the provisions of the AoA to increase authorised share capital
  • If the AoA does not permit an increase, then the AoA must be modified as per Section 14 of the Companies Act of 2013
  • Issue a notice for calling a board meeting to modify the AoA in order to approve the increase in authorised share capital
  • Issue a notice for calling an extraordinary general meeting to modify the AoA in order to approve the increase in authorised share capital
  • Issue the notice at least 7 days before the board meeting and 21 days before the EGM.


Increase Authorized Capital

A company can raise whatever authorised capital as they decide upon and the same will be mentioned in the MoA with revisions. Hence, increasing authorised capital has an incremental effect on the overall company share capital.

Enhances Borrowing Capacity

With the increase in share capital, the company’s overall net worth also increases. This further enhances the borrowing capacity of the company.

It could invite investments as the same can be easily accommodated if there is enough authorised capital.

Documents Required for Increase in Authorised Share Capital

The documents must be filed with the MCA within 30 days after obtaining consent from the shareholders for the share capital increase. The standard resolution for private firms is merely SH-7, and MGT-14 is not required.

  • Digital signature certificate: A copy of a DSC from any authorised director of the company
  • Memorandum of Association: A copy of the modified or latest version of the MoA
  • Articles of Association: A copy of the modified or latest version of the AoA
  • Certificate of incorporation: A copy of the company’s incorporation certificate
  • PAN card: A copy of the company’s PAN card.

What Is Liquidation of a Company? – Overview

Liquidation, expressed simply, is the process through which a business ends its operations. The business may opt to shut down for a number of reasons, such as an unwillingness to carry on with business as usual, insolvency, and so on. Liquidation of a company refers to the process of selling a corporation’s assets to pay obligations and settle liabilities.

In the event that a business is liquidated owing to bankruptcy, the liquidator may sell the company’s assets to satisfy all outstanding debts. Any money left over after paying the creditors is distributed to the company’s shareholders. Liquidation of a company is a complicated process.

Checklist for Winding up of Company in India

The board should be called to approve the dissolution of a firm | It is best to appoint an official liquidator or insolvency expert | The Income Tax Department’s NOC should be requested concurrently | Before starting a winding up proceeding, a notification must be sent to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) within seven days after passing the resolution | The entire winding up of company process shall be finished in 12 months of the start of the liquidation of a company

Documents Required for Liquidation of a Company in India

  • PAN card for the business
  • Closing statement for the business’s bank account
  • A notarised indemnification bond that the directors must execute
  • Most recent financial statement for the business
  • Accounts that include all of the company’s assets and obligations that have been reviewed by a Chartered Accountant (CA)
  • Proof that at least 3/4 of the board members have approved the resolution
  • Application to change the company’s name.

Benefits of Company Liquidation of Company

  • Free from debts after liquidation: Directors and all other company personnel are released from all obligations to and pressure from creditors once the liquidation procedure is complete.
  • Avoiding legal action against the company: Directors will disregard legal action taken by the court or tribunal if the resolution is approved willingly, giving them a chance to focus on other commercial prospects.
  • Comparingly low cost charged for liquidation: The charges or expenses related to the liquidation procedure are fairly small because there will be fees related to the sale of assets.
  • All lease agreements will be cancelled: Any lease that a corporation or other entity has signed for a set period of time will be terminated, together with all of its terms and conditions, during the process of liquidation. If a fine is due, it will be subtracted from the proceeds of the asset sale.
  • Advantages for creditors: After a protracted legal struggle, creditors will benefit from the process of liquidation because they will be eligible for a default payment with relation to the proposition of credits supplied by all creditors.

Modes of Winding Up of Company

There are two modes of winding up of a private limited company. As follows:

  • Voluntary winding up of company: A voluntary winding up of company may be initiated by a special resolution or a resolution adopted at a general body meeting. To compel the winding up, the provisions and conditions of the Memorandum of Association (MOA) may be violated.
  • Compulsory winding up: To carry out the compulsory winding up of a company at the command of a tribunal or a court, a specific resolution by the directors urging a court intervention may be passed during the firm’s board meeting. Similar to this, the corporation must be forced to dissolve if any official files a petition with a court or a tribunal or if it engages in any illegal or fraudulent activity.

Top Reasons for Compulsory Winding up of a Company

A legal organisation created in accordance with the Companies Act is a private limited company. Therefore, throughout its life cycle, a corporation must keep its regular compliances.

For a company that is not functioning and wants to avoid compliance obligations, the process of liquidation is used. Some of the reasons why companies may winding up is discussed below.

  • The company adopts a special resolution directing the tribunal to wind up the business
  • failure on the part of the company to file a required report with the registrar’s office
  • failure of the company to launch its operations within a year of incorporation
  • A public company’s or a private company’s number of employees has fallen below 7 or 2, respectively
  • The business cannot afford to pay its debts
  • The court’s decision to dissolve the company is just and equitable
  • The business is unable to submit its balance sheet or annual report for five consecutive fiscal years
  • The corporation violated the nation’s integrity and sovereignty.

An application for the closure of a firm must be submitted to the ministry of corporate finances within three to six months. This entire process can be done online.

If a firm doesn’t submit its compliances on time, it will be fined and penalised, and its directors will be barred from founding new companies. It is better to dissolve an inactive corporation in order to avoid future penalties or liabilities.

Changing Company Name & Objectives – Overview:

As your company grows and evolves, it is normal that you want to take your company in a direction that you didn’t anticipate before. When the objectives of your business change, it is necessary to make it official by amending the memorandum of association (MoA) and fulfilling other formalities for the same.

Spinach Laws service can make this whole process easy for you and pave the way for a comfortable transition into a new phase for your business.

Why Change Business Objectives?

The company objectives stated in the MoA restrict the scope within which a business can act. So, changing objectives is necessary for the following situations:

Undertaking New Ventures: When your company is expanding vertically or horizontally into new areas resulting in new products or services or activities, the company objectives need to be changed to accommodate it.

Company Takeover: When a company is taken over by another company, major changes take place. The branding of the original company may continue to remain the same, but more often than not, the direction and vision for the company are changed.

Eliminate Abandoned Activities: It might so happen that, over time, some of the activities of the company may prove to be unnecessary or pointless. In which case these activities will be slowly abandoned and the company will have to edit the company objectives to reflect the same.

Banned or Prohibited Activities: Government policies keep changing. Sometimes an activity that was legal when the business started may be declared illegal or the government may restrict permissions. In such cases, your company should avoid that activity and amend the objectives to avoid legal consequences.

Process to Change the Objective of the Company

The MoA explains the two major company objectives:

  • Main object: Covers the major business activities of the company
  • Ancillary object: Covers the necessary activities for conducting the business plans and needs.

To get these company objectives changed, you will need to follow the 5 steps:

Step 1: Board Resolution

A meeting of the board should be held and a resolution has to be passed to make the essential changes in the name and objectives of a company. A director/company secretary should be authorised to sign, certify, and file the required forms with the RoC.

Following that, a place and time will be fixed for conducting an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of members.

Step 2: Special Resolution in EGM

In the EGM, a special resolution will be passed by the members. The reply of the members to the special resolution is obtained. All the members should be given notice with certain mandatory information. Once this notice is circulated, the resolution is passed.

Step 3: File form MGT-14 with RoC

The form MGT-14 needs to be filed with the RoC by the company and its director(s) to process further. Some other documents need to be attached with the form for the same (listed below).

Step 4: Issuance of Fresh Certificate of Incorporation

In case the CIN number changes due to a change in the industry code, the RoC will issue a new certificate of incorporation to the company.

Step 5: Incorporation of the MoA Object Clauses

After the RoC issues the incorporation certificate, the company must take steps to incorporate the object clause in all the MoA copies.

Documents Required

  • Notice regarding EGM
  • Attested true copy of the special resolution
  • Minutes of the board meeting and EGM
  • Altered MoA
  • A certified true copy of the board resolution (optional)
  • Id proof of all the directors of the company
  • Address proof of all the directors of the company
  • Attendance sheet or register of board meetings and general meetings

Change in Registered Office Address- an Overview

Section 12 of the Companies Act of 2013 states that all businesses, including LLPs, must have a registered office at the time or within 30 days of registration. The primary place of business for a corporation or LLP is its registered office address. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) sends formal letters to that location. Therefore, the RoC or MCA must be notified of any change in the registered office’s address.

A business may have several locations, including a corporate office, a branch office, an administrative office, and much more. However, the MCA should only be informed of the registered office address. There is no requirement to notify the RoC or MCA about the formation or modification of the address of the company’s additional offices.

Documents Required for Changing a Registered Office Address


Rule 27: Notice and Verification of Change of Situation of the Registered Office

  • As per the rules and regulations it is crucial to file Form INC-22 along with the required fees when you alter the office address
  • The papers and the process for confirming them are described in Section 12’s subparagraph (2).

All the required paperwork along with Form INC-22 has to be filed every time the registered office alters its business address. All the list of documents has to be verified by the registered office.

The following documents have to be submitted without fail.

  • Property transfer deed
  • Lease deed
  • Rental documents
  • All these documents should be in the name of the company itself
  • The total amount of rent receipt should not exceed one month
  • If the property is owned by the director or another person, the company should submit evidence including a Non-Objection Certificate (NOC) to the registered authorities.

In all of the aforesaid circumstances, papers of the utility should be documented. The address that serves as the company’s registered address must also be included in the bill along with the firm name. 2 months is the major period provided for filing and should not be crossed. Gas, electricity,phone bills, board resolutions and special resolutions must be adopted.

The board members should pass a resolution to permit the director’s authorisation to move the company to a property owned by the director.All the paperwork should be submitted along with Form INC-22. Subsequently, the MCA will initiate the change in registered office of company.

A company needs to change the address in all the required places. The PAN, TAN, and bank accounts, along with all other registrations, licenses, and changes to each MOA should all be updated with the new address.

Change in Registered Office of Company: Different Types

Under different circumstances, an organisation can decide to change its functioning address. However, in this situation, it is mandatory to follow a proper procedure. The overall procedure to alter a company’s official address is clearly described by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). It is crucial to follow the same procedure to avoid any penalties. Address changes are broadly classified into four different types. The process for each type varies optimally.

Changing the registered office within the same city

Initially arrange a company board meeting and pass the resolution file Form INC-22 with the MCA within 30 days of passing the resolution provides business address proof and NOC from the owner.

Changing the registered office address in a different ROC in the same state

In this scenario the company should apply for approval with the regional director through Form INC-23. After passing the change resolution it has to be filed with the ROC within 60 days. Change in address will be initiated within the next 30 days of filing the application.

Change of address in the same state in different ROC

Bigger states like Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra have different ROCs. There is a completely different procedure in this case.

Changing company address directly to another state

In this scenario, the MOA of the company completely changes.

  • Initially, a board meeting has to be initiated and the resolution should be passed
  • All the resolution regarding the change in address of the registered office has to be finalised in the MOA
  • Subsequently MGT-14 has to be filed with the MCA in the next 30 days
  • An advertisement should be published regarding the office change in both vernacular and English language within 30 days before the date of application
  • Notice to all creditors and other partners should be passed down
  • The regional director should be intimated regarding the registered office change with the documents
  • In case of an objection a central government hearing is provided
  • All the necessary orders will be passed
  • After getting confirmation from the regional director the ROC will update the address within 30 days from the date of the order
  • Form INC-22 has to be filled with the ROC along with the mandatory documents.

Changing the Name of the Company – An Overview

Sometimes, the name of your company just doesn’t feel right or is not working well for your business; or maybe you need to change your company’s name in order to distance yourself from some negative association. In such a situation, you can change the name of your company to something more suited to your future plans. While picking an alternative name might sound like an easy task, the legal process to change the name of your company is tiresome.

That is why we at Spinach Laws have created this service to make that change easy for you. We have simplified the process to the maximum extent possible and take care of most of the tasks for you.

Why Change Your Company’s Name?

People decide to change their company’s name for any of the following benefits:

Capitalising on the Popularity of a Product/Service: If a business gains popularity for one particular product or service, it can rename its company around that product/service to capitalise on that popularity.

Memorable Business Name: If the existing name isn’t catchy enough, one can change the company’s name to something more memorable that will strike the right chord with their potential customers.

Repositioning: A company’s name can also be changed when the business is ready to move into a new market. This helps in repositioning the brand/company.

Location-friendly Name: Sometimes, based on the new geography you are entering, it might prove necessary/useful to change to a name that is more friendly and acceptable there.

Avoiding Copyright Issues: If a company’s name is subjected to copyright issues then it can change its name to avoid problems.

Change of Ownership: A new name would help a new owner to ‘stamp their authority’ on the company and give it a whole new direction.


What Name Changing Doesn’t Affect?

  • The change of name will not affect any rights/obligations of the company and any legal proceedings continued against/by the company in its old name
  • However, the commencing of any fresh legal proceedings against the company in the former name is not valid after the new name has been registered by the RoC. The company in its old name should be treated as non-existent. However, the new name can be substituted by amending the plaint
  • The legal proceedings commenced by the company in its old name can be continued under the new name. The entity of the company continues despite the Change Company Name Online.

Procedure for change of name of company

To get the name of a company changed, you will need to follow the 5 steps:

Step 1: Passing a Board Resolution

A board meeting is to be conducted where a resolution should be passed to change the name of the company. The directors should approve the new name and authorise either a director or a company secretary (CS) to check the availability of the new name with the MCA.

Step 2: Checking the Name Availability

The authorised person should apply to the MCA in form INC-1 for checking the availability of the proposed name. You can also run a search through this link. It is important to run a trademark search for the proposed name.

It is advised that you should shortlist four to five business names before checking the availability to cover for the event of these names being taken or in use already.

Step 3: Passing Special Resolution

Once the availability of the new name is confirmed, the company should convene an extraordinary general meeting (EGM). A special resolution will be passed for changing the name and making appropriate changes to the AoA and the MoA.

Step 4: Applying to the Registrar

The special resolution will be submitted to the RoC within 30 days of passing, along with the form MGT-14, which will contain the details related to the special resolution.

Within 30 days of filing the MGT-14, form INC-24 needs to be filed with RoC along with the requisite fee. This is required for obtaining approval from the central government for changing the name. Certain documents also need to be enclosed with these two forms.

Step 5: Issuance of the Certificate of Incorporation

Upon being completely satisfied with the application and the accompanying documents, the RoC will issue a new certificate of incorporation, reflecting the name change.

This is the simplified version of the whole process. Spinach Laws will take all the drafting, filling out of forms, and filing out of your way to make this process easy for you.

Documents Required To Change Company Name

Firstly, the Form MGT-14 need to filed with the RoC along with the following documents:

  • Notice of the EGM
  • Certified copy of the special resolution passed in the EGM
  • The explanatory statement to EGM
  • Copy of altered MoA and AoA with the change company name

Once MGT-14 is approved, the INC-24 e-form should be filed within 30 days along with the following documents:

  • A certified true copy of the minutes of the EGM
  • Notice of the EGM
  • Copy of any approval order received from the other authorities such as IRDA, SEBI, RBI, etc., if any
  • Copy of resolution agreement mentioning the members voting for and against the resolution
  • Copy of altered MoA and AoA with the new company name
  • Other documents regarding any other information sought as optional attachments.

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