Jan 26,2020 | 15 min read

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It is proven that the absence of a robust legal structure for a startup and legal documents for startups takes an enormous toll at a later stage. While unremittingly chasing the vision and success of the company, founders must pause and cover their company's legal base. We– India's first-ever Legal Tech discovery platform – have outlined some very useful and helpful legal documents for startups to offer you a heads up. These startup documents and startup document templates are made as a ready reckoner to help you safeguard your startup and give that a compliance kickstart. Don't let legal matters befuddle you.

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SCOPE OF SERVICES

Type 1 - Registering a Business Entity

Type 2 - Employment Contracts

Type 3 - Real Estate Agreements and Contracts

Type 4 - Website Agreements & Contracts

Type 5 - For Start-ups (Miscellaneous)

Type 6 - Service Contracts and Agreements

Type 7 - Compliances of a Company

Type 8 - NBFC Incorporation

Type 9 - Contracts required in Finance Sector

Type 10 - Forms / Certificates

1.1 Agreement on Introducing or Removing a Partner: It helps the partners of the partnership firm to add new partners or remove the existing one. « Read more »

1.2 LLP Agreement: An LLP agreement is a written document defining the agreement between the partners of a Limited Liability Partnership. It defines the rights and duties of all the partners towards each other and towards the firm. A well-defined LLP agreement sets the solid foundation for the business. A comprehensive, detailed LLP agreement defines the roles and responsibilities of a firm very clearly. This helps avoid any conflict in the future. « Read more »

1.3 Partnership Agreement: The purpose of a partnership agreement is to have on record details of how the partners intend to run the business and share profits, assets and costs, and to set out the responsibilities and contributions of each partner. « Read More »

1.4 Joint Venture Agreement: A joint venture (JV) is a business arrangement in which two or more parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task. <<Read More >>

1.5 MoA & AoA: Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association safeguard and structure your business, helping in establishing the company's identity, working methodology, and goal. « Read more »

1.6 Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy: It is necessary to maintain secrecy and Privacy of the internal data and information of a Company in order to prevent and protect the company from any misuse and mishappenings. « Read more »

1.7 Intellectual Property Agreement: An IP agreement transfers any rights in or to the IP created by the individual to the company, and can be applied to any IP including trademarks, patents, logos, designs, or any other IP. <<Read More>>

1.8 Non-Disclosure Agreement: NDA is highly recommended before sharing any sensitive or confidential information with external parties and particularly if you intend to have any collaboration with another company. « Read more »

1.9 Shareholder's Agreement: To start a private limited company and you are bringing on a co-founder, you will probably be given shares in the company as part of the co-founder relationship and will, therefore, need a shareholder's agreement, particularly before you obtain any external investment. <<Read More>>

1.10 Service Agreement: The company will need to have employment or service contracts for each individual employee, which will specify the duties and obligations of both your business as an employer and the employees you are hiring. <<Read More>>

1.11 Liquidation/ Winding Up Agreement: The Liquidation Agreement is a document used to legally and formally end a partnership between the two parties. The agreement helps to settle things between both the parties smoothly and fairly. <<Read More>>

1.12 Deed of Dissolution: It helps in discontinuing of the business so that the liabilities are finally settled by selling off assets or transferring them to a particular partner of the partnership firm. « Read more »

1.13 Deed of Retirement: It lays down the rules that the retiring partners should follow to have retired themselves from the existing partnership firm. 

1.14 Partnership Dissolution Agreement: If two or more partners are in business together and want to end the partnership, they need to create a partnership dissolution agreement. The main purpose of this Agreement is to establish a plan to inventory the partnership holdings, settle the debts, and assign any remaining assets to the remaining partners. 

1.15 CO-Founders Agreement : A Founders Agreement is an agreement entered between all the founders of a company.

1.16 Memorandum of Understanding144142968:A memorandum of understanding (MOU or MoU) is an agreement between two or more parties outlined in a formal document.

1.17 Agency Agreement144142968: An agency agreement is established when an agent is empowered by the principal, to act on the principal's behalf. A principal who appoints an agent creates a statutory relationship with the agent.

1.18 Income-Sharing Agreement144142968: An Income-Sharing Agreement is a deferred payment; not a loan (which has principal and interest payments), nor is it a conventional tuition payment plan (which requires payment in full and may include interest charges). 

 

2.1 Non-Disclosure Agreement: It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. <<Read More>>

2.2 Fixed Term Employment Contract: Information as follows.  <<Read More>>

2.3 Permanent Employment Contract: A permanent contract is an indefinite contract whereby you are employed by the company until such time as the employer or the employee no longer wish to work there. <<Read More>>

2.4 Casual Employment Contract: The casual employment contract is suitable for scenarios where you want an individual to commit to working for you, but you're not sure how many hours of work you'll be able to offer them each week and cannot guarantee a regular working pattern. <<Read More>> 

2.5 Zero-hours worker contracts: The biggest advantage of using zero-hours contracts is flexibility. For any organisation, it is invaluable to be able to respond quickly and effectively to business fluctuations. Engaging people on zero-hours contracts allow employers: to deal with an unforeseen event. <<Read More>> 

2.6 Consultancy agreements: When it comes to working with self-employed contractors, consultants or freelancers, it's equally important to have a written document - commonly known as a 'consultancy agreement' - in place to set out expectations for the working relationships. <<Read more>>

2.7 ESOPS: The ESOP can be used to raise new equity capital, to refinance outstanding debt, or to acquire productive assets through leveraging with third-party lenders. Because contributions to an ESOP trust are tax, an employer can fund the principal and the interest payments on an ESOP's debt service obligations with pre-tax dollars. <<Read More>>

2.8 Offer Letter144142968: When an employee starts a new job, an offer Letter is severed which is legally binding on both the employer and the employee.

2.9 Employment Agreement144142968When an employee starts a new job, an employment agreement is a legally binding contract signed by both the employer and the employee.

2.10 Employer-Employee Insurance Agreement144142968Employer-Employee insurance grants a unique possibility to the employer to compensate its employees and in return get advantages at the same time.

2.11 Agreement between employer and employee leaving for abroad144142968It is a kind of Employment agreement that determines the rights and duties of both employer and employee, where the employer has sponsored the employee for working abroad and the employee on the other hand has duties and responsibilities to fulfil.

2.12 Self-declaration Form144142968This self-declaration form on coronavirus is an attempt of the company to gain health information of the company and to ensure that employees are not COVID positive.

2.13 Assessment Report144142968:  Assessment reports are the kind of document that helps the company in determining their real standing position on a particular project.

2.14 Business partnership termination letter144142968Partnership is a form of business in which two people agree to share the profits and losses of business while carrying on the business. 

2.15 Temporary Lay Off Letter144142968Temporary lay off is the situation in which the company for the short duration of time terminates the working of few employees. 

2.16 Termination Letter144142968: A termination letter is an official letter given to the employee by the employer intimidating him about the termination of the services of the employee in the company.

2.17 Layoff Letter Due To Corona Virus144142968: Lay off is the situation in which the company has to let go of its employee due to the economic crises that the company is facing.

2.18 Bring your own device policy144142968BYOD policy enables the employers to allow their employees to carry their own electronic devices to work and perform all the tasks using them only.

2.19 Self-declaration Form144142968This self-declaration form on coronavirus is an attempt of the company to gain health information of the company and to ensure that employees are not COVID positive.

2.20 Business partnership termination letter144142968Partnership is a form of business in which two people agree to share the profits and losses of business while carrying on the business. 

2.21 Termination Letter144142968: A termination letter is an official letter given to the employee by the employer intimidating him about the termination of the services of the employee in the company.

2.22 Employee Compensation Agreement144142968An employee Compensation agreement is an agreement that is supplemented by the original Employment agreement.

2.23 Minimum Wages in Tripura144142968“The minimum amount of payment by an employer to his employee for his work and services which involve skills” is understood as minimum wage.

2.24 Minimum Wages in Sikkim144142968“The minimum amount of payment by an employer to his employee for his work and services which involve skills” is understood as minimum wage.

2.25 Minimum Wages in Odisha144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.26 Minimum Wages in Lakshadweep144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.27 Minimum Wages in Manipur144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.28 Minimum Wages in Meghalaya144142968“The minimum amount of payment by an employer to his employee for his work and services which involve skills” is understood as minimum wage.

2.29 Minimum Wages in MP144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.

2.30 Minimum Wages in Nagaland144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.31 Minimum Wages in Tamil Nadu144142968 The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.

2.32 Minimum Wages in Assam144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers.

2.33 Minimum Wages in Arunachal Pradesh144142968“The minimum amount of payment by an employer to his employee for his work and services which involve skills” is understood as minimum wage.

2.34 Minimum Wages in Chandigarh144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.

2.35 Minimum Wages in Gujarat144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.36 Minimum Wages in Haryana144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.   

2.37 Minimum Wages in Himachal Pradesh144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.38 Minimum Wages in Kerala144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.  

2.39 Minimum Wages in Rajasthan144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.40 Minimum Wages in Mizoram144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.41 Minimum Wages in Kashmir144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.42 Minimum Wages in Ladakh144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.43 Minimum Wages in Karnataka144142968The Act also empowers the government to fix a Variable Dearness Allowance(VDA) along with a minimum wage to support the close the labourers with an increase in inflation rates.

2.44 Minimum Wages in Jharkhand144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.45 Minimum Wages in Goa144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.

2.46 Minimum Wages in Daman and Dadra144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers. 

2.47 Minimum Wages in Chattisgarh144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.48 Minimum Wages in West Bengal144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers.

2.49 Minimum Wages in Uttarakhand144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee.  

2.50 Minimum Wages in Andaman and Nicobar144142968The amount of such wage is usually fixed by a competent authority on the basis of skills used in the nature of employment and residing area of the employee. 

2.51 Minimum Wages in Uttar Pradesh144142968: The objective of the Act is to protect the marginal labourers who do not have collective bargaining powers.

2.52 Employee Handbook144142968An employee handbook is a document that contains all the information related to employment in the company.

2.53 Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy144142968 : A code of conduct and ethics policy defines the core values, principles, beliefs, and morals of the company.

2.54 Advisors to the Board Agreement144142968 : Advisors are the experts in the field of Finance, funding, marketing, business strategies, who are appointed by the company to provide them advisory-related services.

2.55 Employee Reimbursement Form144142968The employee sometimes may have to incur certain expenses out of his/her pocket for the official purpose which may include travel expenses to and from office.

2.56 Employee Reimbursement Form144142968The employee sometimes may have to incur certain expenses out of his/her pocket for the official purpose.

2.57 Pre-joining Induction Letter144142968A pre-joining Induction Letter is sent by the employer to the college/university authorities of the employee in order to inform them that the employer.  

2.58 Internship Agreement with an employment offer144142968The Internship Agreement is entered between the person who is appointed in the capacity of an intern in the organization and the company.

2.59 Pre joining training and placement Agreement144142968Pre joining training and placement agreement is an agreement entered between the individual who is offered a permanent position in the company and the company. 

3.1 Hire Purchase Agreement: The Purpose of this Purchase Agreement is that this contract specifies the details regarding the sale of the property. It will include the address of the property, the price, names of both parties, signatures of both parties, and the closing date. <<Read More>>

3.2 Real Estate Assignment Contract: A Real Estate Assignment Contract is used in a wholesale investment purchase. Its purpose is that it includes distressed properties that are secured and then assigned to another buyer. <<Read More>>

3.3 Lease Agreement: This is a contract that binds an owner and a renter to the property. The main purpose of this Agreement is to ensure important items are mentioned in the lease agreement to prevent future legal disputes. <<Read More>>

3.4 Power of Attorney: The purpose of this Contract is that this type of contract is beneficial if you are the property owner of several investment (rental) properties or if you are carrying for an older parent or family member who might not have the ability to sign the contract. <<Read More>>

4.1 Terms and Policies Agreements : The main purpose of this agreement is to maintain your rights to exclude users from your app in the event that they abuse your app, where you maintain your legal rights against potential app abusers, and so on. <<Read More>>

4.2 Website Development Service Agreement: It is a legally binding agreement. The main purpose of this agreement is where the Client and developer mutually desire to set and agree to the following terms and conditions as listed. <<Read More>>

4.3 Software Maintenance AgreementIt is an agreement that states the process of modifying a software product after it has been
delivered to the customer. <<Read More>>

4.4 Refund and Return Policy: The main purpose of this Agreement is to maintain transparent business practices and good customer relationships. It's a legal agreement with terms binding both of them. Many customers will decide whether to buy from you at all - or again in the future - based on the generosity of your Return & Refund Policy. <<Read More>>

4.5 Website Disclaimer: The Purpose of a website disclaimer is a great way to protect yourself against many different claims of liability. As long as your disclaimer is well-written and relevant to your site, it should play an important role on the legal side of your business. <<Read More>>

4.6 Technology Transfer Agreement144142968The Technology Transfer Agreement can be described as the assignment of intellectual property and know-how from one company to the other.

4.7 Valuation Agreement144142968It is to modify and update the software application and correct the faults and improve the performance of the software application after delivery to the end-user.

4.8 Licensing Agreement144142968A licensing agreement is an agreement between a licensor and a licensee where the licensor is the owner of an idea, Etc.

4.9 Agreement for Use of Trademark144142968Agreement for use of Trademark merely implies the license granted by the proprietor of the trademark to the licensee where such a license is granted in payment of a Royalty.

4.10 Software Development Agreement144142968A software development agreement is an agreement entered into between a client and a software developer where the client mentions their ideas and requirements.

4.11 Website Development agreement144142968A website Development Agreement is an arrangement under which a developer agrees to create a website for a company.

4.12 Development Agreement144142968Development can be interpreted as the management of land or the division of land or the construction/destruction of a building or the transporting out of activities on the land or creating projects on land.

4.13 Agreement to Supply Technical Know-How144142968Technical Know-How means all technical experiments serving the technical advancement of the knowledge created by the group of technicians.

4.14 Leave and License Agreement144142968The agreement of leave and license permits the licensor (owner) to transfer his licensed premises to the licensee to use it for residential or commercial purposes in return for a fixed amount paid monthly or yearly by the license. 

4.15 Privacy Policy144142968Privacy Policy is a private legal document that oversees an association or any business entity’s administration uses of personal information.

4.16 Copyright License Agreement144142968A Copyright License Agreement is an agreement under which a copyright proprietor grants an individual of a business entity.

4.17 User Agreement144142968The User Agreement is an agreement between the Website and the users of the website where the website offers services.

4.18 Internet Service Agreement144142968An Internet Services Agreement is a legal document between the customer and the Internet Service Provider.

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5.1 NDAs: The Purpose of NDAs is that the start-up founders often want potential investors to sign NDAs before they share their brilliant business ideas. The real value is in the execution of the idea, the skills of the team, etc. <<Read More>>

5.2 Employment Agreement: The Purpose of this is to state the terms of employment, such as salary, benefits, vacation time, stock options, etc. <<Read More>>

5.3 Service Agreement: The purpose is to provide you with services (such as app development, launch party catering, or office cleaning) or to provide services to others. <<Read More>>

5.4 Distribution Agreement: These are usually between a manufacturer or vendor and distributor. Some key terms are the duration of the agreement, whether it's exclusive, and the territory covered. <<Read More>>

5.5 Reseller Agreement: The Purpose of these are agreements with companies that buy products and generally "add value" (for example, by combining a product with other products or services) before reselling it. <<Read More>>

5.6 End-User License Agreements (EULAs) :These are usually non-negotiated shrink-wrap or browse-wrap agreements. The Purpose of this Agreement is that they govern how users can use the software. <<Read More>>

5.7 Valuation Agreements (Trial License, Test License): They generally limit the licensor's liability and prohibit things like reverse engineering.
These let potential buyers check out products (such as software) before buying them or paying for a license. <<Read More>>

5.8  Tripartite Agreement A tripartite agreement is a legal documents which binds three parties to the contract and laws down the obligations, rights and responsibilities of all the parties. This kind of agreement resolves the potential claims or conflicts having clearly laying down the clauses concerning despite resolution, representations, notices. <<Read More>>

5.9 Agreement To Assignment Of Patent 144142968 : The term 'assignment' is not defined in the Indian Patents Act. <<Read More>>

5.10 Sole Selling Agency Agreement144142968 : An agency agreement is formed when one person, called the agent, is authorized by another person, called the principal, to act on the principal's behalf. <<Read More>>

5.11 Rescission Of Contract 144142968: Rescission is an equitable remedy and is discretionary. A court may decline to rescind a contract if one party has affirmed the contract by his action or a third party has acquired some rights or there has been substantial performance in implementing the contract. <<Read More>>

5.12 Deed Of Cancellation144142968 : Cancellation of a sale deed or a written instrument is a very important and crucial aspect of the civil laws in India. <<Read More>>

5.13 Franchise Agreement 144142968Franchising has been one of the profitable business models that involve the domestic players as well as foreign businesses. There are various types of franchising systems are in place, which includes the marketing arrangement, trademark-usage arrangement, product distribution arrangement etc. <<Read More>>

5.14 Notice Invoking Arbitration Breach Contact 144142968: Arbitration is a form of Alternate Dispute Resolution Mechanism in which parties to the agreement mutually decide to refer the matter to an appointed third person (known as arbitrator), in case any dispute arises between them. <<Read More>>

5.15 Equity Subscription144142968: Equity Subscription Agreement is a financial Agreement between the parties that deals with the sale and purchase of Equity Shares. 

5.16 Acq-Hire144142968Acq-hire or Acqui-hire is a blend of “acquire” and “hire” and is basically a Potential Resource Hunting process. Acquire is a method of acquiring a company for its talent and not for its products and services.

5.17 What is a Coworking Space Agreement?144142968Coworking space means when people engaged in different business lines assemble together at a common space to work. The people so assembled work independently of each other.

5.18 Advertisement Agreement144142968Advertisement is a kind of marketing communication used to market or advertise goods or services.

5.19 Foreign Collaboration Agreement144142968A foreign collaboration agreement is a strategic and joint co-operation between resident and non-resident business entities.

5.20 What is a sole selling agent by foreign company Agreement?144142968Sole selling agent is a person/firm which has been hired to sell the product of another company. Sole selling agents have the exclusive jurisdiction to sell the product in the region of which they are appointed.

5.21 Profit-Sharing Agreement144142968In a profit sharing plan, a party earns a share of the income of a company based on their quarterly or annual earnings through a profit-sharing agreement.

5.22 Investment Agreement144142968Investment agreements are agreements where a party invests money with the expectation of securing a return on investment.

5.23 Share Purchase Agreement144142968A share purchase agreement is a necessary legal binding document that specifies the details of an arrangement between a Seller and the Purchaser of the shares and is meant to preserve both parties concerned in the transaction.

5.24 Agreement to Sell144142968An agreement to sell is when a seller agrees to hand over products that they own to a buyer in return for money.

5.25 Manufacturer and Sole Selling Agreement144142968Sole selling agent is a person/firm which has been hired to sell the product of another company. Sole selling agents have the exclusive jurisdiction to sell the product in the region of which they are appointed.

5.26 Brokerage agreement144142968: A form of contract under which an individual or corporation works on behalf of the exporting company as a sales agent, putting its goods in the market with prospective customers, and in exchange brokers or agents receives a fee based on the value of the business transactions made.

5.27 
Company and Broker Agreement144142968A brokerage firm primarily serves as a link between buyers and companys in order to facilitate a transaction.

5.28 Dealership Agreement144142968A dealership agreement is a legal document that sets out the terms & condition of the agreement between a dealer and the Company.

5.29 Mediation Agreement144142968The Meditation is a dispute settlement process. It is an alternative dispute mechanism available for the aggrieved parties where they don't want to go for a court proceeding and want to resolve their dispute without investing their time in judicial proceedings.

5.30 Deed of indemnity by the partner144142968: It is a kind of agreement among partners that stipulates the outcomes of a specific event or events during dissolution, usually based on preserving one or more of the parties from being held responsible.

5.31 Loan Agreement144142968: A loan agreement is a legal document that preserves the parties involved i.e. the lender and the borrower.

5.32 WFH Letter144142968Work from home Letter is a document that officially permits the employee to carry on their official and professional responsibilities while working from home.

5.33 Promissory Note144142968Promissory Note is a legally binding financial instrument for purchasing goods and borrowing money. 

5.34 Note Purchase Agreement144142968It is a Contact between the parties for sell and purchase of Promissory Note.

5.35 Minutes of Meeting144142968Minutes of Meeting can be defined as the written record of everything that has happened during the meeting of Directors, keeping a track on attendance, what topics are decided during the meeting, so that one can use it for future references. 

5.36 Letter of Intent144142968Letter of Intent is a document which extends the party's intent to formalize a legal binding relationship with the other party.

5.37 Odisha Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.38 Tamil Nadu Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list. 

5.39 Telangana Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.40 West Bengal Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.41 Uttar Pradesh Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.42 Assam Gazetted State holiday144142968:  Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.43 Gujarat Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.44 Maharashtra Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.45 Arunachal Pradesh Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.46 Goa Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.47 DAMAN AND DIU Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.48 Chandigarh Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.49 Delhi Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.50 Ladakh Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.51 Rajasthan Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.52 Product Order Form144142968Product order form is a kind of written business Proposal to engage in the commercial transaction and placing the order to the supplier.

5.53 Marketing Agreement144142968Marketing Agreement sets forth the terms and Conditions under which the parties specify their roles and responsibilities, Consideration, Scope of work, Rights of the parties and engage themselves in activity which promote their product or services.

5.54 Hire-Purchase Agreement 144142968A hire-purchase agreement is a credit-based agreement where the buyer makes an initial down payment and the balance payment (including interests) is paid later, partly or wholly.

5.55 Revocation of Power of Attorney144142968A Power of Attorney is a legally binding written document signed by the party who provides power to the other party to act on his behalf.

5.56 Dissolution of Partnership144142968Section 39 of the Indian Partnership act deals with the dissolution of Partnership.

5.57 Tripura Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.58 Uttarakhand Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.59 Bihar Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.60 Karnataka Gazetted State holiday 144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.61 Jharkhand Gazetted State holiday 144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.62 Himachal Pradesh Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.63 Andaman and Nicobar Island Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.64 Sikkim Gazetted State Holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.65 Puducherry Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.66 Mizoram Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.67 Punjab Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.68 Madhya Pradesh Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.69 Manipur Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.70 Meghalaya Gazetted State holiday144142968Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.71 Kerala Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.72 Non-disclosure Compete Agreement144142968: A Non-Disclosure Compete agreement is an agreement in which parties agree not to disclose the confidential information of each other obtained during the business deal and also not to use any information.

5.73 Andhra Pradesh Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list. 

5.74 Chattisgarh Gazetted State holiday144142968: Gazetted State holidays are the list of public holidays that will be applicable in a particular state producing the list.

5.75 Trademark Violation144142968The trademark of the company is its intellectual property which earns goodwill and clientele for it. 

5.76 Trade Dress Infringement Notice144142968Trade dress is that branch of the trademark which specifically covers the visual appearance of the product which includes the product shape, packaging, or any color combinations which has rendered a distinctive feature to the product.

5.77 Notice For Breach of Contract144142968The breach of contract means the violation of the contractual obligation by a party to the contract. 

5.78 Co-branding and Promotion Agreement144142968When two famous brands collaborate for the purpose of creation, development, marketing, and promotion of a new product or unique or new line of product, they enter into a co-branding agreement.

5.79 Digital Marketing Agreement144142968Digital marketing has gained momentum currently.  

5.80 Collaboration agreement144142968Collaboration is a mutually beneficial and well-defined relationship entered into by two or more organizations to achieve common goals.

5.81 Notice For Breach of Contract144142968The breach of contract means the violation of the contractual obligation by a party to the contract. 

5.82 Collaboration agreement144142968: Collaboration is a mutually beneficial and well-defined relationship entered into by two or more organizations to achieve common goals. 

5.83 Digital Marketing Agreement144142968Digital marketing has gained momentum currently. Every Company that is into the business of customer dealing.

5.84 Co-branding and Promotion Agreement144142968When two famous brands collaborate for the purpose of creation, development, marketing, and promotion of a new product or unique or new line of product, they enter into a co-branding agreement.

5.85 Instructional Web-based educational training agreement144142968The instructional web-based educational training agreement is a tripartite agreement made between the institution that offers courses, the instructor who teaches the course and also develops it, and the ultimate learners.

5.86 What is a Drone Service agreement144142968A drone service agreement is an agreement between two parties whereby one is the creator or operator or manufacturer of the drone technology and the other is the buyer of the drones.

5.87 Resource supply and management agreement144142968The resource supply agreement is entered into by the company to acquire the manpower required to conduct its business. 

5.88 Adhesion contract144142968The adhesion contracts are the standard form of contracts wherein the party making the contract has more rights and power than the other party.

5.89 Royalty Agreement 144142968The mind of humans can create wonders and such creations are termed Intellectual properties of the person creating them. 

5.90 Revenue Sharing Agreement144142968There are instances where two companies collaborate with each other for a particular project but they do not establish themselves into one legal entity, say, joint venture or partnership form.

5.91 Cash Credit Agreement144142968Cash Credit is a short-time capital loan given by financial institutions to the companies or any other type of borrower where the borrower can utilize the money even with or without a credit balance.  

5.92 Distributorship Agreement144142968This Distributorship Agreement is made between the producer of the product and the distributor who will market the product and sell it to the prospective customer.

5.93 Exclusivity Lockout Agreement144142968: It is generally witnessed that many business houses enter into exclusive lockout agreements or add this clause in their vendor agreements.  

5.94 Business Transfer Agreement144142968The Business Transfer Agreement is a very crucial document for completing business transactions as it helps to improve the performance of business post-integration. 

5.95 Publishing Agreement144142968Publishing agreements are entered between the publisher and the author of the content for designing, marketing, and publishing the work of the author.

5.96 Music License Agreement144142968A music license agreement is between someone who owns the rights to a piece of music, a song, or video and an organization or individual who wants to use the property for TV, a movie or advert, etc. 

5.97 Commission Agreement144142968Large companies or MNC are in constant need of investors to finance their business operations, however not all businesses have the potential to tap the potential investors and bring them on board for investment. 

5.98 Letter of comfort 144142968A comfort letter is a business document that is intended to assure the recipient that a financial or contractual obligation with another party can and will be met.

5.99 Farmer's Agreement144142968A farmer agreement is entered between the farmer and the FMCG companies where the farmer is willing to lease out his land or use his land for cultivation purposes and sell out the entire produce to the company at predetermined rates.

5.100 Travel agency Agreement 144142968The travel agency these days tie-up with the companies who tend to offer services related to food and accommodation and other allied services.

5.101 Management Agreement 144142968The management agreement is entered into by the company to acquire the manpower required to administer, manage and oversee the internal business and conducts of the workers/employees. 

5.102 Farming Agreement 144142968The farming agreement is entered into by the company engaged in agriculture activities or FMCG activities with the Farmers who own land and are engaged in farming activities.

5.103 Interim Agreement144142968The interim agreement is entered between two parties in addition to the main agreement or where an expert is admitted in the company to take over the management and operations for a short duration of time.

5.104 Acquisition Due Diligence Questionnaire144142968A due diligence questionnaire (often dubbed a “DDQ”) is a list of frequently asked questions during a M&A transaction or investing. These questions are broken down into categories and work to provide key information to the buyer.

5.105 Club Rules144142968A club is an association of people who have a common cause or interest-such as running a village hall, a gardening club or a type of sport. They may also be a charity.

5.106 Internet Banking144142968Internet Banking, also known as net banking or online banking, is an electronic payment system that enables the customer of a bank or a financial institution to make financial or non-financial transactions online via the internet. This service gives online access to almost every banking service, traditionally available through a local branch including fund transfers, deposits, and online bill payments to the customers.

5.107 Security Agreement 144142968A security agreement refers to a document that provides a lender a security interest in a specified asset or property that is pledged as collateral. Terms and conditions are determined at the time the security agreement is drafted. Security agreements are a necessary part of the business world, as lenders would never extend credit to certain companies without them. In the event that the borrower defaults, the pledged collateral can be seized by the lender and sold.

5.108 Distributor Agreement144142968A distributorship agreement is a document that creates a relationship of distributorship between a manufacturer and a distributor. The agreement confers on the distributor the right to supply the manufacturer's goods within a region or regions. Such rights may be exclusive within that particular region/regions.

6.1 Master Service Agreement: The purpose of this type of contract is to speed up and simplify the future transactions of the parties involved. A lesser amount of documentation is needed for future transactions, such as the issuance of a job order or purchase order.<<Read More>>

6.2 Professional Service Agreement: The main purpose of this Agreement is to provide unique, technical, and infrequent functions performed by an independent contractor that is qualified based on his/her expertise, education, and technical abilities to provide the services. <<Read More>>

6.3 Maintenance Agreement: Maintenance Agreement is a formal agreement between two parties. The purpose of this agreement is that wherein the other party promised to maintain the efficiency of the material or belonging of the other party. Maintenance agreements often contain regular checking and repairing specific materials or equipment.<<Read More>>

6.4 Performance-Based Contracts: Performance-based contracts identify expected deliverables, performance outcomes, and the payment is done after a successful delivery. Performance-based contracts also use appropriate techniques to ensure the agreed value of service or goods is delivered.<<Read More>>

6.5 Consultancy service Agreement144142968A consultancy Service agreement is entered between the company and an external individual who acts as a consultant to the company and provides advisory related services to the company in an expert field.

6.6 Confidentiality Agreement144142968: Whenever any company comes into existence, there are various secrets or information that the company keeps hidden from the general public, the reason being, this information makes the company different from others in the industry.

7.1 Statutory Compliance: The purpose of this is that it is helpful for a company to function well, it needs to be organized and streamlined, with proper norms and regulations set in place. These regulations extend to every facet, including the company's interactions with its employees and its finances. <<Read More>>

7.2 Audit Compliance: The purpose of a statutory audit is to determine whether an organisation is providing a fair and accurate representation of its financial position by examining information such as bank balances, bookkeeping records, and financial transactions. <<Read More>>

7.3 Payroll Compliance: It is obvious that you will have employees working for you when you start an organisation. There will be employees, independent consultants, and contractors as well. Such professional relationships are governed by various labour legislations. <<Read More>>

7.4 Taxation: Businesses working as service providers need to obtain service tax registration, make service tax payments, and file service tax returns on time. The business should also comply with relevant income tax rules and regulations. <<Read More>>

7.5 What is Work from Home? 144142968WFH is a work arrangement in which, while a worker fulfils the essential duties of his/her job, using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to remain at home. <<Read More>>

7.6 POSH Legal Module 144142968 : Sexual Harassment of Women at workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal Act), 2013 also known as the “POSH Act” or “Workplace Harassment Law”.<<Read More>>

7.7 Covid Compliance For a Company144142968Covid Compliances checklist is the list of precautions and obligations that the employer and employee of the company must take while resuming their work from in office premises.

8.1 Certificate of Incorporation: Certified copies of Certificate of Incorporation and Certificate of Commencement of Business in case of public limited companies. <<Read More>>

8.2 Memorandum of Association: Extract of the main object clause in the MOA clearly depicting the financial business is very important for its Incorporation. <<Read More>>

8.3 Audit Balance Sheet: The Audited balance sheet and Profit & Loss account along with directors & auditors report or for the entire period the company is in existence, or for the last three years. <<Read More>>

8.4 Certificate of Qualification: Copy of the certificate of Director's highest educational and professional qualification. <<Read More>>

9.1 Finance Contracts: Finance contracts are used in accordance with securities law to allow for individually negotiated agreements involving commodities, securities, currencies, or other interests of an economic or financial nature. These contracts are used for buying, selling, lending, swapping, and repurchasing within the financial markets. <<Read More>>

9.2 Option Contracts: Options contracts are a kind of finance contract that involves a seller and buyer agreeing to give the option's purchaser the right to sell or buy an asset at an agreed-upon price at a specified date. Such contracts are common to commodities, real estate, and securities transactions. <<Read More>>

9.3 Forward Contracts or Future Contracts: Forward Contract gives the buyer the obligation to buy an asset at an agreed-upon price at an agreed-upon time. Assets involved in these contracts include such commodities as precious metals, grains, oil, electricity, natural gas, and livestock. <<Read More>>

9.4 Term SheetA document that covers all the essential elements with regards to the terms and conditions applicable to an investment opportunity deciding clearly as to how investments have to be made. <<Read More>>

9.5 Underwriting Share of a Company144142968Underwriting is an agreement entered into before the shares have been purchased by the public , if the public is not taking all the shares, in such event the underwriter will apply for the allotment of the remaining shares for which the public has not applied.

9.10  Underwriting of Debentures Agreement144142968Underwriting is the process under which an independent underwriter or underwriting firm agrees to subscribe to the securities ( shares , debentures etc ) of the company in the event the securities are not subscribed by the public to the extent of minimum subscription requirement as prescribed by law.

 

10.1 Prospectus and Allotment of Securities - Form PAS 3144142968 : This Form is required to be filed according to Section 39(4) and 42(9) of Companies Act, 2013 and also under Rule 12 of Companies Act ( Prospectus & Allotment of securities ) rule2014. 

10.2 Prospectus and Allotment of Securities - Form PAS 2144142968: Form PAS-2 is an Information Memorandum which is defined under Section 31 of Companies Act,2013. This form is used by the companies who have to file the Shelf Prospectus.

10.3 Prospectus and Allotment of Securities - Form PAS 5144142968A Private Placement Offer Letter is the document that a Company issues while making a Private Placement Offer to a specified group of persons.

10.4 Prospectus and Allotment of Securities - Form PAS 4144142968: A Private Placement Offer Letter is the document that a Company issues while making a Private Placement Offer to a specified group of persons. 

10.5 Prospectus and Allotment of Securities - Form PAS 1144142968Form PAS 1 contains the format of advertisement to be given when a company wants to give notice of special resolution for varying the terms of any contract referred to in the prospectus or altering the objects for which the prospectus was issued.

10.6 Share Certificate - Form SH 15144142968: Form SH 15 is the compliance certificate issued by directors of the company certifying that company has complied with all the provisions related to buy back as mentioned in the Companies act for the buy back of securities.

10.7 Share Certificate - Form SH 14144142968: Form SH 14 is used when any shareholder needs to cancel or update an existing nomination. The Nomination made earlier can be cancelled and new nomination can be made either singly or jointly. Through form SH 14 , the shareholder can change his nomination and nominate new person.

10.8 Share Certificate - Form SH 13144142968: Form SH 13 is used to nominate the name of the person who shall become the owner of the securities of the company in the event of death of the shareholder.

10.9 Share Certificate - Form SH 12144142968: Form SH 12 contains the format of the debenture trust deed. Every company issuing debentures has to appoint a debenture trustee who shall act as custodian of the debentureholders.  

10.10 Share Certificate - Form SH 11144142968Buy-Back of securities means ‘purchasing own shares or other specified securities of the company from its existing shareholders to extinguish/reduce the outstanding shares or securities.

10.11 Form 3CEB144142968: Form 3CEB is used when Indian companies are engaged in international and specified domestic transactions with any associated enterprise.

10.12 Form 15H144142968: Form 15H is a self-declaration form that is submitted by the assessee who is 60 years and above to scale back TDS (tax deducted at source) burden on interest earned from fixed deposits (FD) and recurring deposits (RD) investments.

10.13 Form 15CB144142968: As per Section 195 of the Income-tax Act, 1961, every person liable for making a payment to non-residents shall deduct TDS from the payments made to non-residents if such sum is chargeable to Income tax and form 15CA and 15CB are the declaration for the same.

10.14 Form 10B144142968: Form 10B is the audit report of the charitable institutions prepared by the auditor. This form has derived its authority from Rule 17B Sec.

10.15 Form 10A144142968Form 10A is employed by a charitable or religious trust for applying and obtaining 12A registration.

10.16 Form 26AS144142968: Form 2AS is a form that contains information of the assessee related to the following aspect.

10.17 Form 15CA144142968: According to section 195 of the income tax act, any person making any remittance to the non-resident in a financial year has to submit a declaration to the authorities giving all information. 

10.18 Form 3CA144142968Form 3CA is a document used in the process of filing income tax returns in India.

10.19 Form 16A144142968: Form 16A is a TDS Certificate. It is applicable for TDS on Income earned from sources other than Salary. 

10.20 Form 3CB144142968: FORM 3CB is used by all those taxpayers engaged in business or profession and who are not required by law to get their r book of accounts audited except under Income Tax act 1961.

10.21 Form 3 CD144142968: As per section 44AB, an assessee who is engaged in business and profession is required to submit a tax audit report prepared by a chartered accountant on the behalf of the assessee.

10.22 Form 49A144142968Tax Department issues PAN Cards under Section 139A of the tax Act, 1961.

10.23 Form 36144142968Under the income tax act, 1961, any person who is aggrieved by the orders of CIT(appeals) can make an appeal to the income tax appellate tribunal.

10.24 Form 49AA144142968The Form 49AA of PAN cards is split into categories and subsections to form the method of filling the shape easier.

10.25  Form 49B144142968: Form 49B is for application for allotment of TAN number or collection and deduction account number under section 203A of Income Tax Act,1961. 

10.26  Form 16144142968If your income from salary for the fiscal year is quite the essential exemption limit of Rs 2,50,000 your employer is required, by the tax Act, to deduct TDS on your salary and deposit it with the govt.

10.27  Form 15G144142968Form 15G is a self-declaration form that an individual submits to the bank requesting not to deduct TDS on interest income as their income is below the basic exemption limit.

10.28 Form 35144142968: Under the income tax act, 1961, any person who is aggrieved by the orders of AO can make an appeal to the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals). He is the first appellate authority under the law.

10.29 Form 60144142968PAN is the unique number allotted to all the taxpayers in India by Income Tax authorities.

10.30 Form SH-10144142968Form SH-10 contains the format in which the Register for Shares or other securities bought back by the company is maintained. 

10.31 Form SH-9144142968: Form SH-9 is termed as Declaration of Solvency in E-Format .It falls under section 68(6) of the Companies Act,2013 & Rule 17(3) of companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules 2014.

10.32 Form SH-7144142968Form SH-7 is termed as Notice to Registrar of any alteration of share capital in E-Format It falls under to section 64(1) of the Companies Act,2013 & Rule(15) of companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules 2014.

10.33 Form SH-6144142968Form SH-6 is termed as Register of Employee Stock Options in E-Format. It is issued pursuant to section 62(1)(b) Rule 12(10) of the Companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules 2014.

10.34 Form SH-8144142968Form SH-8 is termed as Letter of Offer in E-Format It falls under section 68 of the Companies Act,2013 & Rule 17(2) of companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules 2014.

10.35 Form SH-5144142968Form SH-5 is termed as Notice for transfer of partly paid securities, pursuant to sub-section (3) of section 56 of the Companies Act,2013 and sub-rule (3) of rule 11 of the Companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules 2014.

10.36 Form SH-4144142968Form SH-4 is termed as Securities Transfer Form. pursuant to section 56 of the Companies Act,2013 and sub-rule (1) of rule 11 of the Companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules. 

10.37 Form SH-2144142968Form SH-2 is Register of renewed & duplicate shares capital. It is issued pursuant to sub-section(3) of section 46 of the Companies Act 2013& Rule 6(3)(a) of the companies ( share capital & debentures)Rule2014.

10.38 Form SH-3144142968Form SH-3 is Register of sweat Equity Share dealt under section-54 of the Companies Act,2013 and Rule 8(14) of the companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules. 

10.39  Form SH-1144142968Form SH-1 is an e form used as Share Certificate form. This certificate is issued by the company as a proof of evidence of shares issued to shareholders.

10.40 NCLT 8 - Order Passed in Favour144142968: Form NCLT 8 is an application which is to be filed by the person in whose favour an order has been passed by the NCLT bench

10.41 NCLT 7 - Affidavit By Way of Evidence144142968: is an affidavit by way of evidence which is filed pursuant to rule 39 of the companies NCLT rules, 2016.

10.42 NCLT 6 - Rule 34 of Companies NCLT144142968Form NCLT 6 is an affidavit which is filed pursuant to rule 34 of the companies NCLT rules, 2016 . Every company who wants to make an application to nCt shall file such in form NCLT 1. 

10.43 NCLT 5 - Notice To The Respondent144142968Form NCLT 5 contains the format in which the Tribunal shall issue notice to the respondent to show cause against the application or petition on a date of hearing and accompanied by a copy of the application with supporting documents.

10.44 NCLT 4 - Rule 34 of the Companies144142968: Form NCLT 4 is filed in pursuant to Rule 34 of the Companies NCLT rules , 2016. 

10.45 NCLT 3 B - Public Company to Private144142968Any company who wants to convert itself from public company to private shall make an application to the NCLT within three months from the date of passing of special resolution.

10.46 NCLT 3 - Companies Act144142968NCLT is a quasi-judicial authority incorporated for dealing with corporate disputes that are of civil nature arising under the Companies Act.

10.47 NCLT 2 - Corporate Disputes144142968NCLT is a quasi-judicial authority incorporated for dealing with corporate disputes that are of civil nature arising under the Companies Act.

10.48 Form NCLT 1144142968NCLT is a quasi judicial body to which matters related to companies are filed and dealt with.

10.49 Incorporated - INC 1144142968INC - 1 is an e form that is required to be filed pursuant to Section 4(4) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 8 & 9 of Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 for reservation of the name by the proposed company.

10.50 Incorporated - INC 3144142968INC - 3 is an e form that is used to file the consent of the nominee in the case of One person company. Since OPC has only one person as to its member, therefore, it is mandatory for the OPC to file form INC 3.

10.51 Incorporated - INC 4144142968: Form INC - 4 is a change of Nominee Form. Section 3(1) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rules 4(4), (5), and (6) of the Companies(Incorporation) Rules, 2014, which are reproduced for your ease, also includes filing of Form INC- 4. 

10.52 Incorporated - INC 5144142968Form INC - 5 is related to the Intimation of exceeding threshold limit by one person Company as per the provisions of Rule 6 (4) of the Companies Incorporation Rules.

10.53 Incorporated - INC 8144142968Form INC - 8 is a declaration form by Advocate, Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, Company Secretary who is engaged in the formation of the company.

10.54 Incorporated - INC 6144142968Form INC - 6 is used when OPC needs Conversion to Private Ltd Company or vice versa.

10.55  Incorporated - INC 9144142968Form INC - 9 is an Affidavit form. It is an affidavit from each of the Directors, and Subscriber of the Company and also a declaration by them that they have not been convicted.

10.56 Incorporated - INC 2144142968INC - 2 is an e form that is required to be filed pursuant to 3(1) and 7(1) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 4, 10, 12 and 15 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014.

10.57 Incorporated - INC-23144142968Form INC - 23 is required to be filed pursuant to Section 12(5) & 13(4) of the Companies Act,2013 and rule 28& 30 of the Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014.

10.58 Incorporated - INC 25A144142968Every public company that wants to get itself converted into a private company shall make an application in e-Form No. RD-1.

10.59 Incorporated - INC 24144142968Form INC - 24 is related to a change in name of the company as pursuant to section 13(2) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 29(2) of the Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014.

10.60 Incorporated - INC 25144142968The name of the company is its unique identity with which it is recognised among society.

10.61 Incorporated - INC 26144142968INC 26 contains the format of the advertisement which shall be published by the company intending to shift its registered office from one place to another.

10.62 Incorporated - INC 27144142968Form INC- 27 is related to the conversion of a private limited company into a public company or vice versa pursuant to section 14 of the Companies Act 2013 and Rule 33 of the Companies Incorporation Rules 2014.

10.63 Incorporated - INC 28144142968The Registrar needs to be informed about the order of the Court or Tribunal or any other competent authority for which the company or liquidator has to file eForm INC-28.

10.64 Incorporated - INC 34144142968This e-form has been newly introduced under rules notified under the Companies Act, 2013 pursuant to Section 4 and 5.  

10.65 Incorporated - INC 35144142968The form INC 35 ( AGILE PRO-Application for Goods and Service Tax Identification number, employees state Insurance corporation registration, plus employees provident fund organization registration.

10.66 Incorporated - INC 32144142968SPICe Form INC-32 which is a Simplified Proforma for Incorporating Company Electronically through Companies (Incorporation) Fourth Amendment Rules, 2016.

10.67 Auditing - NFRA 1144142968The National Financial Reporting Authority was constituted under Section-132 of the Companies Act,2013 in order to formulate and enforce specific laws and regulations in respect to auditing and financing.

10.68 Auditing - NFRA-2144142968The National Financial Reporting Authority was constituted under Section-132 of the Companies Act,2013 in order to formulate and enforce specific laws and regulations in respect to auditing and financing. 

10.69 Beneficial Owner - BEN-2144142968Form BEN-2 is termed as Return to the Registrar in respect of declaration under section 90 Pursuant to section 90(4) of The Companies Act, 2013 and rule 4 and 8.

10.70 Beneficial Owner - BEN 4144142968Form BEN-4 is termed as a Notice to members seeking information. Pursuant to section 90(5) of the Companies Act, 2013 and rule 6. A company gives notice in Form BEN-4 to any person. 

10.71 Beneficial Owner - BEN 3144142968Form BEN-3 is termed as Register of beneficial owners holding significant beneficial interest [Pursuant to section 90(2) of the Companies Act, 2013 and rule 5(1)].

10.72 Beneficial Owner - BEN 1144142968Form BEN-1 is termed as Return to the Registrar in respect of declaration under section 90 who holds and acquires significant beneficial ownership under Section 90 of Companies Act in shares in E-Format.

10.73 Company Regulations - CRL 1144142968The form is basically to restrict the number of layers in a company.

10.74 Regional Director 1144142968This form RD- 1 is related to seeking approval from the Regional Director for certain purposes mentioned in the Companies Act 2013.

10.73 Regional Director GNL-5144142968This form RD GNL-5 is related to submission of form after rectifying defects and incompleteness and pursuant to Rule 40 & 41 of the Companies Incorporation Rules 2014, as per the new notification by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs RD-1 form has been changed as RD GNL -5.

10.74 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-15144142968MGT 15 is a form filed by every listed public company to file an annual meeting report with the Registrar of the Company.

10.75 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-14144142968: MGT 14 is a form filed by the company to file certain resolutions with the Registrar of the Company such as Board resolutions, special or ordinary resolutions.

10.74 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-13144142968MGT 13 is a form filed by the scrutinizers appointed by the company to the Chairman of the meeting within 7 days of such meeting.

10.75 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-12144142968: MGT 12 is a form filed in pursuance of Section 109(5) of the Companies Act,2013 and Rule 21 of the Companies (administration and management) Rules, 2014. 

10.76 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-11144142968: MGT 11 is a form filed pursuant of Section- 105(6) of the Companies Act,2013 and Rule 19(3) of the Companies (Management and Administration) Rules, 2014. 

10.77 Resolutions & Agreements MGT-9144142968MGT 9 is a form filed by a company pursuant to section-92(3) of the Companies Act, 2013 and rule 12(1) of the Companies (Management and Administration) Rules, 2014. The MGT 09 is prepared by the company when the director’s report gets approved in the board meeting.

10.78 Registration Of Charge - CHG-1144142968CHG- 1 is a form for registration of formation, modification (other than debentures).

10.79 Registration Of Charge - CHG-2144142968CHG- 2 is a form used for the purpose of registering a charge change.

10.80 Registration Of Charge - CHG-4144142968CHG Form-4 is used when a business must notify the Registrar in writing, using e-form CHG-4, of the payment or satisfaction in full of any fee reported under this Chapter within 30 days of the payment or satisfaction.

10.81 Registration Of Charge - CHG-3144142968CHG- 3 is a form used in [Pursuant to section 79(b) of the Companies Act 2013 and sub-rule (2) of rule 6 of the Companies (Registration of Charges) Rules, 2014.

10.82 Registration Of Charge - CHG-6144142968CHG-6 is a Form for notice of appointment or cessation of a receiver or a manager.

10.83 Registration Of Charge - CHG-5144142968CHG Form-5 is a Memorandum of satisfaction of payment for the satisfaction of the reported charge.

10.84 Registration Of Charge - CHG-7144142968Form CHG-7 is for the Register of charges created and modified by the company.

10.85 Registration Of Charge - CHG-8144142968CHG-8 is a Form for Application to central for requesting an extension.

10.86 Registration Of Charge - CHG-9144142968CHG form is used when charge specifics must be filed in Form CHG-9 (for Debentures) (for debentures including rectification or creations). The business and the charge holder must each sign the form.

10.87 Promotion of Investors - IEPF-1A144142968This form is related to statements of the amount credited to Investor Education and Protection Fund pursuant to Rule 5 (4)(A) of the Investor Education and Provident Fund Authority Rule 2016.

10.88 Promotion of Investors - IEPF-5144142968This form is related to the Application to the Authority for claiming unpaid amounts and shares out to Investor Education and protection \Fund pursuant to subsection( 3) of section 125 of the Companies Act.

10.89 Board of Directors - AOC 1144142968AOC 1 is filed by companies as a statement, where a company has more than one subsidiary, to report the salient features of the financial statement of its subsidiary or subsidiaries.

10.90 Board of Directors - AOC 2144142968AOC 2 is a form filed by the company for Disclosure of particulars of contracts/arrangements entered into by the Company with related parties referred to in subsection (1).

10.91 Board of Directors - AOC 3144142968AOC 3 is filed by companies in the form of a statement containing salient features of the Balance sheet and profit and loss account pursuant to Section 136 (1) of the Companies Act.

10.92 Board of Directors - AOC 3A144142968AOC 3A is a form filed by a company in addition to the financial statement. The form contains the salient features of the Financial Statement applicable for IND- AS Companies.  

10.93 Board of Directors - AOC 4144142968AOC 2 is a form filed by a company to state a company's financial statement for every financial year with the Registrar of Companies pursuant to Section- 137. 

10.94 Board of Directors - AOC4 NBFC 144142968: AOC 4 NBFC is a form filed by companies under Rule 12 of the Companies (Accounts) Rules, 2014: Filing of financial statements and fees to be paid thereon.

10.95 Board of Directors - AOC4 CFS 144142968AOC 4 CFS is a form filed by a company for consolidated financial statements. Once financial statements are adopted then the company shall file the adopted consolidated financial statements.

10.96 Board of Directors - AOC4 XBRL144142968This form is related to the filing of XBRL document in respect of financial statement and other documents with the registrar pursuant to section 137 of the Companies Act 2016, Rule 12 (2).

10.97 Board of Directors - AOC 5144142968This form is related to the Notice of Address at which books of accounts are maintained and is required to be filed pursuant to section 128 of the Companies Act,2013.

10.98 General Form - NCLT 9144142968Form NCLT 9 is a general form which shall be used for the purposes as mentioned below and also in case where for any event no form is prescribed in the act, NCLT 9 shall be used. 

10.99 General Form - NCLT 10144142968Form NCLT 10 is filed pursuant to rule 46 of Companies NCLT rules 2016.

10.100 Document Information Record - DIR-3B144142968Form DIR 3B is filed pursuant to rule 10A of Companies ( Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules. 

10.101 Document Information Record - DIR 3B144142968Form DIR 3A is a declaration Form which is to be filled along with the DIN by the person who wishes to be appointed as director of the company but does not have a last name/surname.

10.102 Document Information Record DIR 3C144142968 DIR 3C is an intimation of DIN by the company to the director. As per Rule 10, A Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules, 2014 : (2).

10.103 Document Information Record DIR 3KYC144142968Any director allotted with a DIN by or on 31st March 2018 and whose DIN is in approved status, is required to submit his KYC details to the MCA.

10.104 Document Information Record DIR 2144142968Each person who wishes to turn into a director needs to give consent to Appointment and Qualification in form DIR-2.

10.105 The Community Reinvestment Act - CRA 4144142968The audit report of the cost records will be submitted by the cost auditor to the board of directors of the company.

10.106 The Community Reinvestment Act - CRA 3144142968The audit report of the cost records will be submitted by the cost auditor to the board of directors of the company.

10.107 The Community Reinvestment Act - CRA 2144142968eForm CRA-2 is required to be filed pursuant to section 148(3) of Companies Act, 2013 and rule 6(2) of the Companies (cost records and audit) Rules, 2014.

10.108 The Community Reinvestment Act - CRA 1144142968As per the Companies Act, 2013, every company registered shall appoint a cost auditor to audit the cost accounts of the company within a period of 180 days from the beginning of the financial year.

10.109 Appointment of Auditor ADT-4144142968The form ADT 4 is a statement filed under rule 13(4) of the Companies (Audit and Auditors) Rules, 2014 and sub-section (12).

10.110 Appointment of Auditor ADT-3144142968The form ADT 3 is filed for resignation by the Auditor of the Company under Section - 140(2) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 8 under the Companies (Registration Offices and Fees) Rules, 2014, within 30 days of giving his resignation.

10.111 Appointment of Auditor ADT-1144142968The form ADT 1 is a notice to the Registrar of the Company by every company, under Section-139 (1), which appoints an auditor after holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM). 

10.112 Appointment of Auditor ADT-2144142968The form ADT 2 is filed for removal of the Auditor to the Registrar of the Company under Section - 140 of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 7(1).

10.113 Document Information Record - DIR 5144142968DIR 5 is an application filed by any person wishing to surrender a DIN.

10.114 Document Information Record - DIR 6144142968: Form DIR-6 is the form for providing the intimation of change in particulars of Director to the Central government within 30 days of the change in particulars as per Rule 12(1).

10.115 Document Information Record - DIR 8144142968: Form DIR-8 is filed for Intimation by Director of disqualification or non-disqualification and also an intimation of companies in which he was a director in last three years Pursuant to Section 164(2) and rule 14(1).

10.116 Document Information Record - DIR 9144142968DIR 9 is filed as a report by the company to the Registrar of the Company. As specified in sub-section (2) of section 164.

10.117 Document Information Record - DIR 10144142968: DIR 10 is filed as an application of Removal of Disqualification of Directors.

10.118 Document Information Record - DIR 11144142968: Form DIR-11 is required to be filed for giving notice of resignation of director to the registrar by the Director itself pursuant to Section 168 (1).

10.119 Notice of interest by the Director MBP 1144142968Form MBP 1 is used for Notice of interest by the director. Every Director is required by the Companies Act 2013 to disclose his interest in any company or companies or bodies corporate (including shareholding interest).

10.120 Notice of interest by the Director MBP 2144142968Form MBP-2 is used to maintain the proper register for loans, Guarantees, Security, and Acquisitions. Any company that makes a loan, provides a guarantee, provides protection, or makes a security acquisition.

10.121 Notice of interest by the Director MBP 3144142968MBP Form 3 is used for register of investment. According to rule 14(1) Every company must keep a register in Form MBP 3 from the date of its registration.

10.122 Notice of interest by the Director MBP 4144142968: MBP 4 is the format of the register that must be kept for documenting the directors' declarations as well as information about related parties. 

10.123 General Form - NCLT 11144142968Form NCLT 11 is filed pursuant to rule 73 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. As per the rule, if any com[amny fails to pay debenture amount or interest thereon or deposits or any other payment , then the debentureholders , debenture trustees or deposit holders may make an application to the NCLT in form NCLT 11.

10.124 General Form - NCLT 12144142968Form NCLT 12 is filed pursuant to rule 45 of Companies NCLT rules 2016.

10.125 General Form - NCLT 13144142968Form NCLT 12 is filed pursuant to rule 87 of Companies NCLT rules 2016 and section 245 of the Companies act 2013.

10.126 General Form - NCLT 14144142968Form NCLT 14 is filed pursuant to rule 128 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. This form contains the format of affidavit by an illiterate person or the person who is visually challenged.

10.127 General Form - NCLT 15144142968Form NCLT 15 is filed pursuant to rule 131 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. As per the rule, any discovery or production and return of documents shall be regulated by the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. 

10.128 General Form - NCLT 16144142968Form NCLT 16 is filed pursuant to rule 140 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. This form contains the format in which the deposition of the witness is to be recorded.

10.129 General Form - NCLT 17144142968Form NCLT 17 is filed pursuant to rule 142 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. This form contains the format in which certificate shall be issued to the witnesses who are discharged by the tribunal.

10.130 General Form - NCLT 18144142968Form NCLT 18 is filed pursuant to rule 163 of Companies NCLT rules 2016. This form contains the format in which the bench is required to maintain a register and enter thereupon all the details of the cases filed therewith.

10.131 Companies Rules CAA-1144142968Form CAA 1 is filed pursuant to section 230(2)(c) of Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 4 of the Companies rules.

10.132 Companies Rules CAA-2144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 230(3) of the companies act and rule 6 and 7.

10.133 Companies Rules CAA-3144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 230(5) of the companies act 2013 and companies rule, 2014.

10.134 Companies Rules CAA-4144142968This form CAA 4 is filed in pursuant to rule 13(2) and rule 14 of the Companies rules.

10.135 Companies Rules CAA-5144142968This form is filed in pursuant to rule 15 of the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.136 Companies Rules CAA-6144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 233 and rule 17 of The Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.137  Companies Rules CAA-7144142968This form is filed pursuant to rule 20 of the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.138 Companies Rules CAA-8144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 232 and rule 21 of The Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.139 Companies Rules CAA-9144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 233(a) of the companies act 2013.

10.140 Companies Rules CAA-10144142968This form contains the format in which declaration of solvency has to be filed by the company in pursuant to section 233(1) (a) and rule 25 of The Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.141 Companies Rules CAA-11144142968This form is filed in pursuant to section 233 (2) and rule 25 (4) of the The Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.142 Companies Rules CAA-12144142968This form is filed in pursuant to rule 25(5) of the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.143 Companies Rules CAA-13144142968This form is filed pursuant to rule 25(6) of the The Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016.

10.144 Companies Rules CAA-14144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 235(1) and rule 26 of Companies act 2013.

10.145 Companies Rules CAA-15144142968This form is filed Pursuant to section 238(1)(a) and Rule 28 of Companies( compromise and amalgamation) rules.

10.146 Registration Document - FC 2144142968Form FC-2 is used for the Return of alteration in the document, filed for foreign company registration.

10.147 Registration Document - FC 1144142968By using Form FC 1, the foreign companies file information about contribution. Any donation, delivery, or transfer made by a foreign source is referred to as a “foreign contribution.”

10.148 Registration Document - FC 3144142968Form FC-3 is used for annual accounts and lists of all principal places of business in India by a foreign Company along with they required to prepare a balance sheet and profit & loss account in such form.

10.149 Registration Document - FC 5144142968Form FC-5 is used for Nomination for Indian Depository Receipts. The Indian Depository Receipt (IDR) is a financial instrument in the form of a depository receipt that is denominated in Indian Rupees.

10.150 Registration Document - FC 4144142968: The Annual Return of Foreign Corporations (Form FC 4) is utilised. Within sixty days of the end of the financial year, every foreign company must prepare and file an annual return under Form FC 4. 

10.151 Corporate Affairs - URC 2 144142968URC 2 is a form filed by a company for Advertisement seeking objections if any about registration of Company under the provision of Part I of Chapter XXI of the Companies Act, 2013.

10.152 Corporate Affairs - URC 1144142968URC 1 is a form filed by a company pursuant to Section 366 of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 3(2) of the Companies (Authorised to Registered) Rules, 2014.

10.153 Companies Act - FTE144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 248 of Companies Act, 2013 read with Companies (Removal of Name of Companies) Rules, 2016.

10.154 Application for Company name STK-8144142968The name of the firm is recorded into the Registrar's Register upon incorporation.

10.155 Application for Company name STK-7144142968This form is related to notice of striking off and dissolution by the registrar as per sub-section (5 ) of section 248(1) of the Companies Act 2013.

10.156 Application for Company name STK-5144142968:Form STK-5 is used for striking off or removal of the company’s name. Pursuant to sub-section (I) and sub-section (4) of section 248 of the Companies Act.

10.157 Application for Company name STK-6144142968Form STK-6 is used for striking off or removal of the company’s name. Pursuant to sub-section (2) and sub-section (4) of section 248 of the Companies Act.

10.158 Application for Company name STK-3144142968Form STK-3 is used in accordance with [ clause I of sub-rule (3) of rule 4 of the Companies (Removal of Names from the Register of Companies) Rules, 2016].

10.159 Application for Company name STK-2144142968Form STK-2 is used for A suo-motto application to the Registrar of Companies for the removal of the company's name from the register of companies.

10.160 Application for Company name STK-1144142968This form is related to the notice by the registrar for the removal of a name of a company as per section 248(1) of the Companies Act 2013.

10.161 Mandatory Disposition Conference MDC 2144142968This form is related to the Application for referring the matters to the panel as per Rule 6(2) of the Companies (Mediation & Conciliation Rules) 2016.

10.162 Mandatory Disposition Conference MDC 1144142968This form is related to the application for the empanelment of the Mediator or Conciliator as per Rule 3 (3) of the Companies( Mediation & conciliation Rule ) 2016.

10.163 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-7144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.167 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-6144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.168 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-5144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.169 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-4144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.170 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-3144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016. As per the rule.

10.171 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-2144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.172 Certificate issued by Registrar RSC-1144142968This form is filed pursuant to NCLT (Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Co.) Rules, 2016.

10.173 Nidhi company NDH 4144142968This form is related to filling application for declaring a Nidhi company and for updation of nidhi company as per section 406 of the companies Act.

10.174 Nidhi company NDH 3 144142968This form s related to Return of Nidhi company for the Half Year ended as per the rule 21 of the Nidhi Companies Act.

10.175 Nidhi company NDH 2144142968This form is related to Application for extension of time as per sub rule(3) of rules 5 f trh Nidhi Rules, 2014.

10.176  Nidhi company NDH 1144142968This form is related to Return of Statutory Compliances as per section 406 of the Companies Act, 2013 and sub 5(2) of Rule 5 of the Nidhi Rules, 2014.

10.177 Corporate Affairs GNL 5144142968This form RD GNL-5 is related to submission of form after rectifying defects and incompleteness and pursuant to Rule 40 & 41.

10.178 Corporate Affairs GNL 4144142968eForm GNL-4 is required to be filed pursuant to Rule 10 of the Companies (Registration offices and Fees) Rules, 2014.

10.179 Corporate Affairs GNL 1144142968This form is related to filling application to the registrar as per the rule 12(2) of the companies Rules, 2014.

10.180 Corporate Affairs GNL 2144142968This form is related to submission of documents with the Registrar as per Rule 12(2) of the Companies Rule 2014.

10.181 Corporate Affairs GNL 3144142968eForm GNL-3 is required to be filed pursuant to Section 2(60) of the Companies Act, 2013.

10.182 Mandatory Settlement Conference - MSC 2144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 455(1) of the companies act, 2013 and rule 3 of Companies ( miscellaneous ) rules, 2014.

10.183 Mandatory Settlement Conference - MSC 5144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 455(5) of the companies act, 2013 and rule 8(2) of Companies ( miscellaneous ) rules, 2014. 

10.184 Mandatory Settlement Conference - MSC 4144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 455(5) of the companies act, 2013 and rule 8 of Companies ( miscellaneous ) rules, 2014.

10.185 Mandatory Settlement Conference - MSC 3144142968This form is filed pursuant to rule 7 of Companies ( miscellaneous ) rules, 2014. As per the rule, a dormant company shall file a “Return of Dormant Company” annually.

10.186 Mandatory Settlement Conference - MSC 1144142968This form is filed pursuant to section 455(1) of the companies act, 2013 and rule 3 of Companies ( miscellaneous ) rules, 2014.

10.187 Administration of Justice ADJ144142968eForm ADJ is required to be filed pursuant to section 454(5) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 4(1) of Companies(Adjudication of Penalties) Rules, 2014.

10.188 Refund Form144142968There are instances when a person while accessing MCA 21 is required to make various payments to avail MCA21 services. 

10.189 Application for Registration of Establishments Form Rule 17 (1)144142968This form is related to the Application for registration of establishment employing contract labour under form I as per Rule 17(1) of the Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition) Central Rules, 1971.
10.190 Application for Registration of Establishments Form V144142968Form V is used as a certificate by the principal employer.

10.191 Application for Registration of Establishments Form 5 A144142968Form 5a is used for application for adjustment of security deposit. 

10.192 Application for Registration of Establishments  Form VI-A Rule 25(2) (viii)144142968This form is related to the completion or commencement of contract work, every principal employer shall within fifteen days of the commencement or completion of each contract work and shall submit a return to the inspector who is appointed under section 28 of the Act.

10.193 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XXII144142968Form XXII is used for Advances. This Register includes information about the establishment and the information about the principal employer.

10.194 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XXIII144142968: Form XXIII is used for overtime. This Register will include information on the business as well as the principal employer, the nature of the work.

10.195 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XX144142968Form XX is used for the deduction of damage or loss. This includes information about the establishment as well as the principal employer, the nature of the work, the location of the work.

10.196 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XV144142968Form- XV is used as a service certificate. When an individual work for a company for a certain number of years, months, or days, the company.

10.197 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XIX144142968Form XIX is used for wage Slips. This includes information on the establishment as well as the primary employer, including wage cycles.

10.198 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XXIII 75 144142968This form is related to Rule 75 of Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition )1971, Rules.

10.199 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XXI144142968:  Form XXI is used for Fines. This includes information about the establishment as well as the principal employer, the nature of the work.

10.201 Application for Registration of Establishments Form VII Rule 29 (2) (3)144142968This form is related to the Renewal of License, it is the duty of every contractor to apply for the license to the licensing officer within thirty days before the expiry of the license.

10.202 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XVIII Rule 78 (1) (a) (i) 144142968This form is related to Rule 78 (1) (a) (i) of Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition)1971.

10.203 Application for Registration of Establishments Form XII 74144142968This form is related to Rule 74 of Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition )1971.

10.204 Application for Registration of Establishments Form VI- B Rule 81 (3)144142968This form is related to the completion or commencement of contract work, every principal employer shall within fifteen days.

10.205 Application for Registration of Establishments Form IV Rule 21 (1)144142968Form IV is related to Application for License to the licensing officer, every application by a contractor for the grant of license shall be made in form IV.

10.206 Payment Of Wages Form G144142968This form is related to the Notice of respondent of the day fixed for the hearing of the appeal under section 17 of the payment of wages act 1936.

10.207 Payment Of Wages Form F Rule 6(1)144142968This form is related to the Record of order direction as per rule 9 of the payment of wages (procedure) rules.

10.208 Payment Of Wages Form D Rule 4144142968This form is related to the certificate of authority to the legal practitioner or officials which is a registered trade union to act on behalf under section 15.

10.209 Payment Of Wages Form C144142968This form is related to the Application by an inspector any person permitted by the authority to act on behalf, as per section 15 (2).

10.210 Payment Of Wages Form B144142968This form is related to the group Application of as per section 16 (1) , only a single application can be filled for people belonging to the same unpaid groups.

10.211 Payment Of Wages Form A 144142968This form is related to the Individual Applications under subsection (2) of section 15 of the payment and wages act.

10.212 Payment Of Wages Form G Rule 6(3)144142968This form is related to filling of fresh nomination as per rule 6 (3) of payment of gratuity central rules.

10.213 Payment Of Wages Form F C Rule 3 (3)144142968This form is related to notice of closure of the establishment as per the rule 3 (3) of the payment of gratuity central Rules. 

10.214 Payment Of Wages Form E Rule 6(1)144142968This form E is related to the notice of disposal of application by the concerned authority under the payment of wages act.

10.215 Payment of Bonus Form B Rule 4 (A)144142968This form is related to set on and set off of the allocable surplus under section 15 of the payment of Bonus Act 1975. 

10.216 Payment of Bonus Form D Rule 5144142968: This form is related to the annual return of bonus paid to the employee for the accounting year as per rule 5 of the Payment of Bonus Act.

10.217 Payment of Bonus Form C Rule 4 (C)144142968This form is related to the amount of bonus due to each of the employees for the accounting year with the deduction as per sections 17 and 18 and the amount actually disbursed. 

10.218 Payment of Bonus Form A Rule 4 (A)144142968This form is related to set on and set off of the allocable surplus under section 2(4) of the payment of Bonus Act 1975

10.219 Payment of Bonus Form 10 Rule 26 (a)144142968This form is related to the register of wages of the worker in the establishment, as per rule 26 (a) of the minimum wages, central rule.

10.220 Payment of Bonus Form 7144142968Form 7 is used for application by inspector or person acting with permission of the authority for complaint against the wages paid.

10.221 Payment of Bonus Form 6144142968Form 6 is used for Annual Return. Every employer must submit an annual return in Form 6 to the employer by the 1st February following the conclusion of the fiscal year in question. 

10.222 Payment of Bonus Form 5 (MW Act)144142968Form 5 is used for Muster Roll. Every contractor must keep the following records for each job on which he hires contract labour.

10.223 Overtime of Workers Form 4144142968Form 4 is used for the register of overtime of workers. This includes information on the nature of the work, the location of the job, employee information, the date of overtime worked, and payment information.

10.224 Employment Form II Rule 24 (1)144142968This form is related to the register of fines of an employee working the establishment. As per rule 21 (4).

10.225 Employment Form I Rule 24 (1)144142968This form is related to the register of fines of an employee working the establishment. As per rule 21 (4).

10.226 Employment Form 11 Rule 26(2)144142968This form is related to the issuing of a wage slip to an employee as per rule 26 (2) of minimum wages central rules, every employer shall issue a wage slip to every person employed by him at least a day prior to the disbursement of the wages.

10.227 Motor Transportation Form V Rule 28144142968This form is related to the notice of periods of work for Motor Transport Workers for which shall be in Form V.

10.228 Motor Transportation Form XIII Rule 39144142968This form is related to the filing of annual returns by the employer of an establishment, as per rule 39 of the Motor Transport Workers rule. 

10.229 Motor Transportation Form XIV Rule 35-A144142968This form is related to the Letter of Appointment as per rule 35- A of Motor Transport Workers Rule every employer shall issue letters of appointment in Form XIV to all his employees and obtain acknowledgement in token of having served on them.

10.230 Motor Transportation Form III Rule 16144142968This form is related to the certificate of fitness of a worker which is related to the medical examination of a worker by the surgeon and the certifying surgeon shall issue his certificate in form III.

10.231 Motor Transportation Form VII Rule 33144142968This form is related to the Register of leaves for wages as per rule 33 of the Motor Transport worker act.

10.232 Motor Transportation Form VIII Rule 34144142968This form is related to the maintaining the register of leave as per rule 34 Motor Transport Worker Rules, Every employer shall maintain a Leave book in Form No. VIII.

10.233 Motor Transportation Form VI Rule 30144142968This form is related to the register of compensatory holidays as per rule 30 of the Motor Transport Workers Rule, 1963. 

10.234 Motor Transport Workers Form IV Rule 17144142968This form is related to the refreshment rooms or canteens.

10.235 Motor Transport Workers Form I Rule 4,8144142968This form is related to the Application for Registration and grant or renewal of Certificate of Registration as per rule 4 of the Motor Transport Workers Act. 

10.236 Maternity Benefit Form I144142968Form I is filed pursuant to section 17 and rule 10 of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules. 

10.237 Maternity Benefit Form H144142968Form H is filed pursuant to section 17 and rule 10 of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.  

10.238 Maternity Benefit Form G MBA144142968Form G is filed pursuant to section 12 and rule 9 of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.239 Maternity Benefit Form C-MBA144142968Form C is filed pursuant to rule 4(4) of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.240 Maternity Benefit Form B MBA144142968Form B is filed pursuant to rule 4(1) of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules. As per the rule, if a woman is pregnant or has delivered a child. 

10.241 Maternity Benefit Form A MBA144142968Form A is filed pursuant to rule 3 of the maternity benefit central rules. 

10.242 Annual Return Form L144142968Form L is used for Annual Return for the Year. Every mining or circuses employer must upload a unified annual return on the Central Government's.  

10.243 Maternity Benefit Form J144142968Form J is filed pursuant to section 17 and rule 11 of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.244 Maternity Benefit Form F144142968Form F is filed pursuant to rule 5(4) of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.245 Maternity Benefit Form E144142968Form E is filed pursuant to section 6 of the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 and rule 4(5) of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.246 Maternity Benefit Form D144142968Form D is filed pursuant to rule 4(5) of the Maternity Benefit Central Rules.

10.247 Annual Return Form M144142968This form is related to the employment, Dismissal, payment of bonus for the year ending on 31 st December it is an Annual return. 

10.248 Prosecution Form O144142968Form O is used for Prosecution during the end of the Year.

10.249 Industrial Employment Form II144142968Form II is filed pursuant to the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) act, 1947 and Rule 6 of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) Central rules, 1950. 

10.250 Industrial Employment Form V144142968Form V is filed pursuant to Order 1, Schedule 1B of the Industrial Employment (standing orders ) Central Rules, 1946. It contains the format of the Service Card.

10.251 Industrial Employment Form IV A144142968Form IV A is filed pursuant to Order 7a, Schedule 1 of the Industrial Employment (standing orders ) Central Rules, 1946.

10.252 Industrial Employment Form IV144142968Form IV is filed pursuant to section 6(2) of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) act.

10.253 Industrial Employment Form III144142968Form III is filed pursuant to section 8 of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) act, 1947 and Rule 8 of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) Central rules, 1950. As per the provision, Certifying authority is required to maintain a register. 

10.254 Industrial Employment  Form I-IE144142968Form I is filed pursuant to section 3 of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) act, 1947 and Rule 4 of the Industrial Employment ( Standing Order ) Central rules, 1950.

10.255 Industrial Disputes Act Form Q Rule 76 (A)144142968This form is related to the notice of closure to be given by an employer under Section 25-FFA of the Industrial Disputes Act. 

10.256 Industrial Dispute Act Form M Rule 72144142968: This form is related to notice of lockout to be given by the employer caring for public utility service and shall be in form M as per section 72 of the industrial dispute act 1947.

10.257 Industrial Dispute Act Form L Rule 71144142968This form is related to notice of strike by the workmen, union in the public utility service Address to the employer of the establishment stating the reasons of the strike, mentioning the provisions under the industrial dispute act 1947.

10.258 Industrial Dispute Act Form O Rule 75144142968This form is related to the Registrar of settlement as per Rule 75 of Industrial dispute central Rules.

10.259 Assistant Labour Commissioner Form N Rule 73144142968This form is related to the intimation report of the lockout in public utility service in form N and the information. 

10.260 Industrial Disputes Act Form P Rule 76144142968This form is related to Notice of Retrenchment to be given by an employer under clause (c) of Section 25-F of the Industrial Disputes Act. 

10.261 Confidentiality and Non Disclosure Agreement144142968It is an agreement that is being entered into between the companies or rather between the two parties who are planning an association in the future.

10.262 Pre-Joining Placement Agreement144142968Pre Joining placement agreement is an offer made to an individual to join the company in the capacity of the employee.

10.267 Internship Agreement144142968An internship agreement is an agreement between the Employer and its intern. 

10.268 Master Service Agreement144142968A contract between the two parties intending to hold and enter into a service transaction.

10.269 Labour Law Form A (CL Act)144142968Form A is used to record children who are engaged or forced to labour.

10.270 Certificate of Age Form B (CL Act)144142968Form B is used as a certificate of Age. All the people hired in the company must present a certificate of age from the competent medical authority.

10.271 Lay Off Letter144142968Lay off is the situation in which the company has to let go of its employee due to the economic crises that the company is facing.


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