Company Law in Bangalore
We provide services in the following areas of Company Law in India –
- Incorporation of Limited and Private Limited companies, One Person Companies (OPC), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
- Secretarial Services including effecting changes in Memorandum, name, objects, etc.
- Annual Return filing with Registrar of Companies (ROC)
- Company mergers and acquisitions
- Employee Stock Options – framing the policy and execution
- Due Diligence (DD) – Financial, Accounting and Legal
- Preparation of shareholder agreements and term sheets
- Issue of Debentures
- Charge creation and satisfaction of charge
- Company winding up services
- A conversation of the firm to a private limited company
We SLG Professional Solutions Private Limited., Bangalore have been providing Company Law services to various industries such as Information Technology (IT), ITES, manufacturing, garments, pharmaceuticals, Ecommerce, automobiles, real estate, etc. We are also providing extensive services to startup ventures, incubators, etc. In case, you need these services, we would be glad to assist you. Please write to email@example.com
Secondly, based on our past experience, we have short listed the most commonly asked questions by the companies regarding Auditing in India. We are sure the following FAQs will answer most of your questions!
Can a partnership firm be converted into a company?
Yes, it is possible. However, there are certain requirements, one of which is that the firm should have a minimum of 7 partners.
Can a proprietary concern be converted to a firm or a company?
There is no formal process of conversion. One can start a private limited company and transfer all the assets and liabilities of the proprietary concern to the company. The new company has to obtain registrations under GST, PAN, TAN, Shops act, Profession Tax separately.
Can private company issue debentures?
Yes. A private company can issue debentures. A company may issue debentures with an option to convert such debentures into shares, either wholly or partly at the time of redemption
Compliance under Company Law for a private limited company