Increase Authorised Capital


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Increase Authorised Capital

Authorised Capital is the maximum amount for which a company issue shares. Companies have to pay fees to Government depending on Authorised Capital. Minimum Authorised Capital of any Private Limited Company can be Rs. 1 Lakh and for a Public Limited Company Rs. 5 lakh. Company may require increase in Authorised Capital for introducing more capital to it.

For increasing the Authorised Capital, the company has to pay Stamp Duty to the State Government and the ROC Fees. The Stamp Duty amount varies from state to state. Amount of RoC Fees and Stamp Duty depends on incremental amount of Authorised Capital and State in which the Registered Office of the company is situated.

Increase Authorised Capital

Increase Authorised Capital

BASIC
1999
  • Increase in Authorised Capital

  • Includes drafting of resolution

  • Govt. Fees and Stamp Duty as Actual

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STANDARD
2999
  • Increase in Authorised Capital

  • Includes drafting of resolution

  • One Class II Digital Signature

  • Govt. Fees and Stamp Duty as Actual

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PREMIUM
3999
  • Increase in Authorised Capital

  • Includes drafting of resolution

  • Two Class II Digital Signatures

  • Govt. Fees and Stamp Duty as Actual

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Process

01

Consulting

MyEfilings Business Consultant will get in touch with you regarding increase in Authorised Capital of Company and consult you on the same.

02

Documentation

Company Law expert from MyEfilings will prepare the documents regarding increase in authorised capital and send it for your approval.

03

Filing

On receiving your approval we will file the documents with the MCA and pay the Stamp Duty and filing fees on your behalf.

04

Tracking

We will track the approval status of increase in authorised capital from the MCA and share Company Master Data showing increased capital




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