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One Person Company

Startups and fast growing company aiming to raise funds from Investors generally prefer Private Limited Company. It is the most popular type of corporate legal entity in India. It is also the most credible structure of doing a business. Private limited company registration is governed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Companies Act, 2013 and the Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014.

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  • Bank Account opening assistance
  • Logo Design
  • 100 Letter Heads
  • 100 Visiting cards for 2 Directors
  • Physical Incorporation Certificate
  • Physical Share Certificate
  • 21 Agreement Formats

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Duration for Registration

  • It takes 8-10 working days to incorporate a One Person Company.

Minimum Requirement

  • 1 Shareholders and 1 Directors *
  • *A natural person can be both a director and shareholder, while a corporate legal entity can only be a shareholder.Director and Shareholder can be same person Director must be an Indian Resident

Benefits of One Person Company

Limited Liability

Owner's/ Share holders Liability is limited to Share Capital Subscribed and unpaid by them.

Corporate Identity/ Seperate Legal Existence

After Company registration is done, a legal entity is born in eyes of law. This separates itself from its owners and managers. The Company is known by its own name and not by its Director/Shareholder.

Perpetual Succession

Unlike partnership/ proprietorship which gets dissolved on the death of its owner, Pvt Limited Company continues its operation as shares are transferred to the nominee and new Director is appointed.

Easy to Raise Funds

Pvt. Ltd. Company registration process is compliant enough to make this structure credible among others which makes fundraising or borrowing from external sources easier.

Lesser Compliance than Private Limited Company

A Single Person Company is benefited with an exemption to many compliances unlike a private company. Compliances like holding General and Board Meeting, etc. are not applicable to OPC. However, Board Meeting must be held if more than one director is on Board.

Documents Required

PAN Card

PAN Card of shareholders and Directors. Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport.

Identity Proof

Aadhar card and Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License of Shareholders and Directors.

Director’s Address Proof

Latest Telephone Bill /Electricity Bill/ Bank Account Statement of Shareholders and Directors.


Latest Passport size photograph of Shareholders and Directors.

Business Address Proof

Latest Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill of the registered office address

NOC from owner

No Objection Certificate to be obtained from the owner(s) of registered office

Rent Agreement

Rent Agreement of the registered office should be provided if any


In case of NRI or Foreign National, documents of director(s) must be notarized or apostilled


Data & Document Collection

Fill up basic details in form & share required documents.


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Registration Done

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Entity Type Private Limited Company One Person Company LLP Partnership Firm Sole Proprietorship
Act Companies Act, 2013 Companies Act, 2013 Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 Indian Partnership Act, 1932 No Specified Act
Minimum Shareholders 2 Directors and Shareholders 1 Person 2 Partners 2 Partners 1 Person
Maximum Shareholders 200 Shareholders 1 Person No Limit 100 Partners 1 Person
Duration for Registration 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 2-3 working days
Mandatory Compliances
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit
  • Income Tax Return
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit
  • Income Tax Return
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit if sales exceeds Rs 40 Lakhs.
  • Income Tax Return
  • Income Tax Return Income Tax Return
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Easy to raise funds.
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Easy to raise funds.
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Lesser Compliance than Pvt Ltd Co.
  • Easy to Start.
  • Easy Decision Making.
  • Less Compliance.
  • Easy to establish and operate.
  • Sole beneficiay of Pofits.
  • Simple Compliance and Taxation
  • Disadvantages
  • Cost of compliance is higher than LLP.
  • Closure compliance is more than LLP.
  • Compulsory Statutory Audit
  • Cost of compliance is higher than Proprietorship.
  • Closure compliance is more.
  • Compulsory Statutory Audit
  • Raising funds from Investors is difficult than Private Limited Co.
  • Cannot be converted into Private Limited Company
  • Unlimited Liability.
  • Difficulty in raising funds from Investors.
  • No Perpetual succession.
  • Unlimited Liability.
  • Difficulty in raising funds.
  • Higher tax if Income exceeds specified Limit.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the basic requirements for One Person Company formation?

    Following are the basic requirements to register an OPC:

    1. The shareholder must be Indian Resident Individual.
    2. At least one director is appointed, who shall be an Indian resident.
    3. Indian resident must be appointed as Nominee on registration(Nominees must be of age 18 or more years.
    4. A place of business must be provided as the registered office address of OPC.

    What is the minimum capital requirement to start a Partnership Firm?

    Formation of Partnership Firm does not require any minimum amount. It can be started with any amount of capital contribution by the partners. The Partners can contribute in any amount agreed and in any form being tangible (cash, premise) or intangible (goodwill, intellectual property). The Partners can introduce capital in any ratio, equal or uneven.

    What are the effects of non-registration of Partnership?

    Due to non-registration, the firm cannot file suit against any partner or the third party. A partner also cannot sue the partnership firm for his claim. However, the third parties can sue the firm to enforce their dues or claims. Non-registration does not affect the rights of third parties. Also, the partnership can be registered any time after formation to remove the said effects.

    How many persons are required to register a partnership firm? Is there any specified requirement to become partner?

    It is possible to form a partnership firm with only two partners by following the process described. Further, the Partner to be introduced and appointed in the Firm must be an Indian resident and citizen. NRI and Persons of Indian Origin can only invest in a Partnership with prior approval of the Government. The individual must be competent to contract and not a minor. A minor can be introduced to a Partnership Firm only for profit.

    What are the advantages of a registered partnership firm?

    Only a registered partnership firm can claim a set off (i.e. mutual adjustment of debts owned by the disputant parties to one another) or other proceedings in a dispute with a third party. Hence, it is advisable for partnership firms to get it registered sooner or later. Also, only a registered partnership firm can file a suit in any court against the firm or other partners for the enforcement of any right arising from a contract or right conferred by the Partnership Act. An unregistered Partnership Firm can get registered at any point of time after its establishment.

    Under which Government Authority is the application of Partnership Firm Registration submitted?

    The application for Partnership Firm Registration in India is submitted with the Registrar of Firms (RoF) under whose jurisdiction the Place of Business of Partnership Firm falls. The application of Registration is made in required form along with submitting the Partnership Deed. At the end of the registration procedure, the Certificate of Registration is issued by respective RoF. The process and time of registration may differ for each RoF.

    Which points should be considered by all the Partners while drafting Partnership Deed?

    The Partners should specifically mention about the main object and activities along with major clauses related to capital contribution, profit sharing ratio of the partners, management and administration of Partnership Firm. Further, the signed Partnership Deed shall be duly stamped and notarized.

    What is the amount of Stamp duty payable on Partnership Deed?

    To confirm the validity of the partnership deed, the partners must pay stamp duty required as per the capital of the firm. The amount of stamp duty payable depends on the amount of capital contribution by partners. The rate of duty is prescribed under State Stamp Act and which is different for every State. Amount of INR 500 is included in our package.

    Whether the notarisation of the Partnership Deed is necessary?

    Yes, notary on Partnership Deed is necessary in every case for an unregistered or registered partnership firm.

    When can the partnership firm apply for PAN and TAN?

    Applying for the PAN and TAN is possible after the execution of a Partnership Firm Agreement or after partnership deed registration with respected RoF. The physical copy of the PAN will be received at the registered Business Place only after being dispatched by the Income Tax Department.

    How long does it take to register a Partnership Firm in India?

    The registration of Partnership Firm in India can take 12 to 14 working days. However, the issuance of Registration Certificate can take place as per the regulations of the concerned state. The time period for registration of Partnership Firm is subject to Government processing time and that varies for every State.

    What are the compliance requirements for Partnership Firm?

    The Partnership Firm shall maintain the Books of Accounts and Financial Statement. The Income Tax Return shall be filed for the respective financial year before the due date as per the Income Tax Act.

    Whether audit is required for Partnership Firm?

    Partnership firms do not need to prepare audited statements for each year. However depending on the turnover and a few other criteria, a tax audit statement might be necessary.

    Can a Partnership Firm be converted into a Private Limited Company or LLP?

    A partnership firm can be converted to a Private Limited Company or a LLP considering its requirements. However, the procedures to convert a Partnership firm into a Company or LLP are cumbersome, expensive and time-consuming. Thus, it is wise for many entrepreneurs to consider and start a LLP or Company instead of a Partnership firm.