Jul 18,2020 | 08 min read

Incorporation of Companies By Vijayalakshmi C.

Incorporation of a Company is the process of formation of a company. The term “company” is defined under Section 2 (20) of the Companies Act, 2013. “Company” means a company incorporated under this Act or under any previous company law. The incorporation of a company is a tedious process involving multiple procedures. Through this article, Vijayalakshmi C. divulges valuable information to the readers on the procedures involved in the incorporation of the company. <<Read More>>

Incorporation of a Company: Steps Involved Under the Companies Act


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR



Sowmya Parasuraman

I am a Practicing Company Secretary, Corporate Lawyer and an IPR Attorney. I have a professional experience of about nine years in the field. A faculty member of SIRC (Southern India Regional Council) of ICSI (Institute of Company Secretaries of India) with hands on experience in Company Law Compliance, Company Secretarial matters, NCLT ,Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL reporting), Legal Advice, Legal Interpretation, Mergers & acquisitions and Trade Marks/Copyright Attorney.

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