Maintenance of statutory registers
Every company is required to maintain certain registers and these must be kept at the registered office of the company.
Various types of registers that are required to be maintained by the company include the following:
- Register of Members,
- Register of Directors,
- Register of Contracts,
- Register of Charges, etc.
A number of annual forms and documents are required to be filed by every company with the Registrar of Companies. These include filing of annual return in the prescribed manner, annual financial statements, etc. All these forms are required to be certified by a practicing Chartered Accountant or a practicing Company Secretary.
Informing ROC on occurrence of certain events
Registrar of Companies needs to be informed on occurrence of certain events. Some of the common events are as follows:
- Change in the statutory auditors
- Appointment of Managing Director/ Whole Time Director
- Appointment/Resignation of directors
- Change in the bank signatories
- Alteration of main object of the company
- Change in registered office of the company
Mode of Intimation etc.
Every company and its officers must ensure timely filing of statutory returns with the Registrar of Companies in strict compliance with the requirements of the Companies Act, 1956. If a company fails to comply with the requirements of the Companies Act, the company, every director, secretary
/and manager of the company are liable to penalty and/or prosecution.
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