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Updated on 28 Oct 2020  9.00 AM IST | 4 min read

What is ROC Compliance?

Every incorporated company in our country must fulfill the rules and regulations of the government. After incorporation, a private company needs to fulfill laws and provisions under Companies Act 2013.

ROC (Registrar of Companies) is the designated authority which administers Companies Act 2013. It comes under ministry of corporate affairs. The company incorporated under the Companies Act 2013 has to mandatorily file various forms, documents as well as returns in time with Registrar of companies (ROC) in an electronic mode. It is mandatory to comply with all the rules & regulations to avoid fees, penalties etc.

Finacbooks helps you in understanding all ROC compliances and guides you in following them continuously since company formation.


Documents needed to file ROC Compliance

Incorporation Certificate

Memorandum of association(MOA)/Articles of association(AOA)

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Eligibility Consultation

Document Preparation

Application Drafting

Government Fees

ROC Compliances for a Private Limited Company

  • Change in paid-up capital of the company.
  • At the time of conversion of the company.
  • At the time of filing report of the director.
  • When there is a change in the director’s interest.
  • Appointment of independent director.
  • Appointment of cost auditor.
  • Appointment of woman director.
  • Half-yearly share transfer audit
  • Share capital audit reconciliation.
  • When a shareholding pattern needs to be filed after every quarter end within twenty-one days.
  • When the report of corporate governance needs to be filed.
  • Invitation, transfer and allotment of shares subscription.
  • Issue of shares to company directors or employees.
  • During sub-division of shares face value.
  • Change in the board of directors.
  • At the time of appointment of managing director.
  • During payment of remuneration
  • Change in the working of the company bank accounts.
  • Director’s deposits
  • Purchase or sale of company’s fixed assets.
  • On establishment of any business partnership
  • Changes made in the memorandum or articles of association of the company.
  • During maintenance of board meeting minutes.
  • Changes in location of registered office.
  • Appointment or change in company statutory auditors.
  • When shareholders establishes an agreement.

Different forms need to be filed for every event. We can also file these forms online. ROC compliance is performed to avoid compliance issues. It helps in smooth running of the company. These ROC compliances help in maintaining records of various events in a systematic way.

ROC Compliance FAQ’S

Compliance means complying with the laws, rules & regulations of the government.
Companies act 2013 and ministry of corporate affairs governs the law and regulatory authority of India.
Corporate compliance is important as adhering to law, rules & regulations can save a company from prosecution of the panel.
Yes, all incorporated companies has to mandatorily follow the laws, rules & regulations of companies’ act 2013.
Few of the Compliances under companies’ act 2013 are given below –
  1. Annual Return
  2. Updation of statutory register
  3. Director disclosure
  4. Drafting of different certifications
  5. Notices
  6. Minutes
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