Maintenance Of Minutes
Simplifying maintenance of minutes
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Every Company incorporated in India is required to maintain statutory registers and records. These records can be maintained online, electronically. The statutory register and records shall be kept at the registered office of the company. Directors, Members of the company and any other person can inspect certain registers and records of the company. Non-Maintenance of the mandatory registers and statutory records attract various penalties on the company, the Directors and every other officer in default.
The statutory records of the company must be kept up to date and where if any changes take place within the company, necessary adjustments must be made.
Updating register of members
Updating register of Directors
Updating register of Charge
Updating register of Shareholders
Updating register of transfers
Preparation of Minutes (AGM,EGM, Board Minutes)
1. Copy of PAN Card of partners
2. Passport size photograph of partners
3. Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card
4. Copy of Rent agreement (If rented property)
5. Electricity/ Water bill (Business Place)
6. Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
7. Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Typically, records are not checked frequently for Private limited companies/LLP. They are usually kept with the CA/ CS, who then submits the records to the client as and when required. Also, the records can be now maintained electronically.
There are certain statutory records such as Minutes book, Register of Member, Register of Directors, Register of Charge, Register of Transfer, Shareholding Register etc which are mandated by the law. Non-maintenance of records can attract an initial penalty of Rs. 5000 and Rs. 500/per day going forward.
As per the new companies Act 2013, a company can maintain its register in an electronic form.
Yes, if Mandatory records are not maintained by the company then company and officer in default will be liable to pay the penalty. Non-maintenance of records can attract an initial penalty of Rs. 5000 and Rs. 500/per day going forward.