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With the growth in market and rise in corporate work structure many of already registered and operating Partnership Firms, limited liability partnerships, societies, etc. want to switch to the company form. As this makes them look more credible and solidifies the identity of the firm. This can be done in two possible ways. Firstly, they can register a new company, or they can convert the existing entity into a company. Companies Act, 2013 provides the option for entrepreneurs to switch their business format. This is a very practical solution provided by the department as such a change does not even attract any kind of capital gain tax. Provides the provisions and procedure for such conversion provisions. Section 366 to 374 of Chapter XXI of Companies Act, 2013 read along with Companies (Authorized to Registered) Rules 2014
While applying for conversion Provisions of partnership firm or LLP into a Private Limited Company registered under Companies Act, 2013 the applicant is required to submit Form URC-1 as a linked form along with SPICe Form which is filed for registration of companies under the Act.
Following is the list of documents that are required to be Attached to these above Mentioned two forms.
List of Documents required for filing with ROC for the conversion of a firm into a company:
For Form URC-1
The company required to file e-form SPICe along with above-mentioned Form URC-1 along with all the below mentioned documents:
Also, Read: Conversion of LLP into Company as per Companies Act 2013.
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