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Maintenance of Minutes


Procedure for Maintenance of Minutes

Step 1
Complete our Simple Form

You are required to submit documents and complete our straightforward questionnaire.

Step 2
Update Prepare Minutes

We will update your register and regular preparation minutes.

Step 3
Maintain records

Your records are kept and shared electronically (in person if necessary).

Step 4
Your work is completed

On each update and upkeep, we will suggest you about the equivalent.

Statutory Registration or Maintenance of Minutes Book

Every Indian company is required to keep statutory records and registers. These records can be managed electronically online. The company's registered office will house the statutory register and other records. The bound registers and records of the company will be examined by directors, members, and anyone else. The company, its directors, and any other official in default face numerous penalties for failing to maintain the required registers and statutory records.
The legal records of the organization ought to be kept up with up to this point and any place assuming any progressions happen inside the organization, fundamental changes should be made.

What Is Included In Our Package?

Preparation of Minutes (AGM,EGM, Board Minutes)

Updating register of members

Updating register of Directors

Updating register of Charge

Updating register of Shareholders

Updating register of transfers

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Statutory Register and Records have to be kept at the company's registered office?

For Private Limited Partnerships (LLP), records are typically not checked frequently. Typically, they are kept by the CA or CS, who then sends the records to the client as needed. Additionally, the records can now be kept electronically.

Are all company records required to be kept up?

There are sure legal records, for example, Minutes book, Register of Part, Register of Chiefs, Register of Charge, Register of Move, Shareholding Register, and so on which are ordered by the law. Non-upkeep of records can draw in an underlying punishment of Rs. 5000 and Rs. 500 per day thereafter.

Can the Statutory Register be updated online?

The Companies Act of 2013 now allows a business to keep its register electronically.

Is there a penalty for not maintaining records?

Yes, the company and the defaulting officer will be responsible for paying the penalty if mandatory records are not kept. Non-upkeep of records can draw in an underlying punishment of Rs. 5000 and Rs. 500 per day thereafter.

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