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Our offered Product range includes company registration, GST Registration and filing, FSSAI & Drug Licence, digital signature certification service and NGO Registration Service.
Partnership Firm is one of the most important forms of a business organization, where two or more people come together to form a business and divide the profits thereof in an agreed ratio. A Partnership is easy to form, and the compliance is minimal as compared to companies. Partnership registration is not compulsory and in at the discretion of the partners whether they want to register partnership firm or not. But a partnership firm cannot avail legal benefits if it is not registered, hence it is always advisable to register it.
Sole Proprietorship Firm Registration is Single Person Firm Registration i.e is the main objective is Open Current Bank Account on the Name of Business so it’s a simply firm which is enable doing business in India with Less Compliance and Less Costing. a Sole Proprietorship Firm require minimum 2 Legal Entity Proof for open a Current Bank Account.
LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) is an act which is firstly introduced in India under the Act of 2018, the main purpose to establish this Act is to offer a form of business entity that is simply maintained while LLP provided to the owners. In a common business Partnership, you don’t need any documentation to establish your Partnership. A common Partnership is one in which all the persons can manage and control all the business and you can also take any kind of legal and official decision. If any of the partners are liable to pay his debts and loss, then along with that person other people have also pay the debts. On the other hand, In LLP, there is required a Partnership Agreement. In this, some required information about the partners and business must be filled. A limited member is one in which he or she is not responsible to pay all the other personal debts. But they can lose their investment in the business. They have no authority to run all the business lonely. These members have a general partner which has the authority to run the business or take the legal or major decisions. The agreement specifies all the roles and responsibilities of that general person along with the liable person. In this agreement, each partner has a right that he or she can leave anytime from the partnership and the new person can be added to this partnership anytime.
A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a secure digital key that certifies the identity of the holder, issued by a Certifying Authority (CA). It typically contains your identity (name, email, country, APNIC account name and your public key). Digital Certificates use Public key Infrastructure meaning data that has been digitally signed or encrypted by a private key can only be decrypted by its corresponding public key. A digital certificate is an electronic “credit card’’ that establishes your credentials when doing business or other transactions on the Web. Documents Required For Digital Signature (DSC) Passport size photograph PAN card copy Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter Identity Card Why Digital Signature (DSC) Validity-Digital Signatures usually comes with validity of one or two years and they can be easily renewed once validity expires E-token-Digital signature certificate are stored in a secure USB Flash Drive called E-Token. Quick Processing-One can get DSC in very quick time of 1-3 days from date of submitting the application along with required documents. Class II Digital Signatures-It is used for company, LLP registrations, IT Return E-filing etc. Class III Digital Signatures-It is used mainly for E-Tendering and Participation in E-Auctions.
NGOs or the Non-governmental organization’s are usually non-profit. Sometimes these are often funded by the government. Some international organizations are independent upon the government and international governmental organizations (as funded by them). However, these are active in humanitarian, human rights, educational, health care, public policy, social, environmental, and other areas to effect changes according to their objectives. There are Documents required for section 8 which is also called a Non-Governmental Organisation without them the respective government will not be able to give commencement for the registration any company. NGO can be registered as a legal entity in various ways: Trusts Societies Non-Profit Companies/Section 8 Company
A trust is a convenient method whereby a limited number of persons may hold property on behalf of other persons, who may be a large or fluctuating body or who may include persons not yet born. Once the property has been vested in the trustees, they own the property, but they are compelled by law to exercise their ownership for the benefits of the beneficiaries and for them only. It means that legal ownership vests in the trustee or trustees but beneficiaries have de facto ownership. Minimum of seven people is required to form a society. And these societies are governed by the ‘Societies Act, 1860’. The rules and regulations for these may slightly differ from State to State.
Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection like trademark and patents. A copyright is a legal right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. Copyright give the owner of the work certain safeguard to ensure the intellectual work is protected and creativity is rewarded. Copyright includes a bundle of right like the rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation and translation of the work. In India, Copyrights are registered under The Copyright Act, 1957. The Copyright Act, 1957 protects original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and cinematograph films and sound recordings from unauthorized uses. However, ideas, procedures, methods of operation or mathematical concepts cannot be copyrighted. Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. In fact, it is a bundle of rights including, inter alia, rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation and translation of the work. There could be slight variations in the composition of the rights depending on the work.