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Public Limited company is the one that has offered shares of stock to the general Public with a Limited Liability, who cannot be held responsible for any business losses. Incorporation of Public Limited Company requires minimum of seven shareholders & Three Director’s. There are no restrictions on maximum number of shareholders. It is suitable for large businesses as it becomes easy to raise capital. Compared to any other form of business organization the compliances and regulation for Public Limited Company are more stringent. The shares of the Public Limited Company can be listed on the stock Exchange.
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A Public Limited Company when incorporated is considered as artificial judicial person. It is a separate legal entity. A Public Limited Company can purchase its assets and borrow own funds as a separate judicial entity.
The shares of a Public Limited Company are freely transferable. This makes investment in the shares liquid and an investor is not bound to remain with the company.
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For Public Limited company registration you need to apply two different names in line with business with the MCA from which one of the names is selected approved.
The form for the Incorporation of a Company is filed Online.
It will take you only 10-15 days to get a Public Limited Company incorporated. Once you get it incorporated you will obtain a certificate as proof of your company formation.
Congratulations!!! As a Public Limited Company, you are ready to work and take your business to great heights of excellence!
The maximum amount of share capital the Memorandum of Association authorizes the company is the authorized capital of a Private Limited Company.
The amount of money for which shares are issued to the shareholders and, in turn, the payment is made by the shareholders is the paid-up share capital of a company.