Only one. However, for reservation of a name prior to filing SPICe (INC-32), you may use INC-1 (in which up to 6 names can be proposed) and then input the SRN of approved INC-1 into SPICe.
In case of technical problems i.e., form upload, pre-scrutiny errors, DSC related, payment related queries, please raise a ticket on www.mca.gov.in/myservices..... and await a resolution. You may also call up Corporate Seva Kendra at 01244832500 after 48 hours if ticket is not resolved.
In case of resubmission / rejection remarks, please contact 01244832500 and select option 1 for CRC. For escalation you may send a mail to email@example.com
It is not required to be filed with SPICe (INC-32) if a company is registered with address for correspondence only (in INC-32). INC-22, is required to be filed within 30 days of its incorporation, for intimating the registered office address.
The users may obtain approved e-MOA (INC-33) and e- AOA (INC-34) through certified copies facility available on MCA.
Yes. The companies (incorporation) rules notified has liberalized many requirements in respect of Proof of Identity and Proof of residence in respect of Subscribers and Directors. The Companies (Incorporation) third Amendment Rules dated 27th July 2016 has relaxed the mandatory attachment of proof of identity and residence in respect of a subscriber having a valid DIN.
Attachment no. 7 (Proof of relation) and 9 (NOC from any other person) are deleted.
Yes. It is mandatory in all cases of Indian subscribers, foreign individual subscribers (having a valid DIN) and where the number of such subscribers is not more than seven. No physical copies of MoA/AoA are required to be attached.
No. For incorporation of producer companies, unregistered companies and companies being formed with more than 7 subscribers, new version of INC-7 shall be used.
Yes, foreign subscribers having valid DIN can file SPICe(INC-32) with eMoA(INC-33) and eAoA(INC-34) as linked forms. However, in case of foreign individual subscribers without a valid DIN, form INC-7 shall be used with physical MoA and AoA.
SPICe AoA (INC-34) has facility for adding, modifying, deleting and entrenching Articles.
Yes, SPICe AoA (INC-34) has facility for adding, modifying, deleting and entrenching Articles.
Yes, SPICe AoA has facility for adding, modifying, deleting and entrenching Articles.
INC-7 shall be used.
In such cases, SPICe (INC-32) shall be filed with manually signed and duly attested MoA and AoA.
Yes, DSC is mandatory for all subscribers and witnesses in eMoA(INC-33) and eAoA(INC-34). eMoA and eAoA shall be used only where the maximum number of subscribers do not exceed 7. In case the number of subscribers are more than 7, INC-7 shall be used and DSC is not mandatory in such cases.
No. SPICe cannot be used in such cases. However, form INC-2/7 shall be available for resubmission cases only for a period of 15 days from the date the form was sent for resubmission by CRC.
No. Subscribers’ photo is not required.
Yes. Form INC-2 will no longer be available for filing.
For main Objects (Field 3(a)), character limit is 20,000 and for furtherance of objects (Field 3(b)), it is 1,00,000 characters.
Attestation requirements will be as per Rule 13 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014.
SPICe eMoA and eAoA have to be uploaded as ‘Linked Forms’ to SPICe (INC-32).
eMoA and eAOA would be witnessed after all subscribers have signed as is happening presently.
Presently it is optional. However in the next few weeks, SPICe form would be the only form available for incorporation of any company except for a Producer Public Company or a Part I Company or in cases where there are more than seven subscribers.