E-Companies Act, 2013 – Absolutely Free

83Hello everyone, Trust all of you enjoying our updates. Today I would like to share a link which is provided by Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Now MCA provide E-Companies Act, 2013 absolutely free for all stakeholders. It means no need to buy paid software’s to access companies act. Brief details regarding this link are below:-

  • Full updated version with chapter vise section details.
  • Search option (By Section or Content)
  • Companies Rule
  • Effective Dates
  • Latest Notification/Circulars
  • Easy access without login of any account

Click here to open E-Companies Act, 2013

Click here to open Companies Rules

Click here to open effective date of sections

Click here to open Notifications / Circulars

 

 

MCA NOTIFICATION : FORM 24 – STRIKING OFF NAME OF THE LLP

MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 16th May, 2017

Image result for LLPG.S.R. 470(E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 79 of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 (6 of 2009), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, further to amend the Limited Liability Partnership Rules, 2009, namely:—

1. (1) These rules may be called the Limited Liability Partnership (Amendment) Rules, 2017.

(2) They shall come into force with effect from 20th May, 2017.

2. In the Limited Liability Partnership Rules, 2009 (herein after referred to as the Principal Rules), in rule 37, after sub-rule (1), the following sub-rule shall be inserted, namely:—

“(1A) The limited liability partnership referred to in clause (b) of sub-rule (1) of rule 37 shall,—

(I) file overdue returns in Form 8 and Form 11 up to the end of the financial year in which the limited liability partnership ceased to carry on its business or commercial operations before filing Form 24;

(II) enclose along with Form 24,—

(a) a statement of account disclosing nil assets and nil liabilities, certified by a Chartered Accountant in practice made up to a date not earlier than thirty days of the date of filing of Form 24;

(b) an affidavit signed by the designated partners, either jointly or severally, to the effect,

(i) that the Limited Liability Partnership has not commenced business or where it
commenced business, it ceased to carry on such business from ………….(dd/mm/yyyy);

(ii) that the limited liability partnership has no liabilities and indemnifying any liability that may arise even after striking off its name from the Register;

(iii) that the Limited Liability Partnership has not opened any Bank Account and where it
had opened, the said bank account has since been closed together with certificate(s) or
statement from the respective bank demonstrating closure of Bank Account;

(iv) that the Limited Liability Partnership has not filed any Income-tax return where it has not carried on any business since its incorporation, if applicable.

(c) a copy of the acknowledgement of the latest Income-tax return filed under the Income-tax Act,1961 (43 of 1961) and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force, where the limited liability partnership has carried out any business and has filed such return.

(d) copy of the initial limited liability partnership agreement, if entered into and not filed, along with changes thereof in cases where the Limited Liability Partnership has not commenced business or commercial operations since its incorporation.

Explanation.—The date of cessation of commercial operation is the date from which the
Limited Liability Partnership ceased to carry on its revenue generating business and the transactions such as receipt of money from debtors or payment of money to creditors, subsequent to such cessation will not form part of revenue generating business.”
3. In the Principal Rules, for Form 24, the following Form shall be substituted, namely:—

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VPP Scam – Company Registration & DIN Allotment

Image result for scamHello everyone, Trust all of you doing extremely well in your life. Today I would like to inform you about VPP scam. The VPP scam is now common for all young or new entrepreneurs.  

Story – When you registered a company or just applied for DIN and there comes a postman with VPP parcel, that seems to be sent through Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), at your door steps and asks for Rs 1900 for delivering the packet as it is Value Payable Post. You in joy, that you have received the certificates from MCA after application of Company Registration in India, gives Rs 1900 to the post man and receives the packet. Now you are enthusiastically opening the packet. Bingo there is the Scam !! The VPP Scam !!

Why this is scam – This is scam because we purchased useless material and paid Rs 1900/-. We think that Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) sent parcel to us and it is very important for us but truth is opposite. Its a scam. 

Various fraud companies including certain publishing houses, extract this information of such newly registered company from MCA. They send various books, journals, copy of registration certificate or may be some useless papers etc. to the newly registered addresses of new companies through VPP i.e. they instruct the Posts to get the charge while delivering the item like COD (Cash on Delivery).

When it started – As per our analysis this scam started since 2011. 

Reason – The entrepreneurs who want to get their Company/LLP registered provide all their information to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Now, this information gets public and all details are available to the people about the new companies being registered.

Solution 

  • Share this post on social media because your small efforts may enhance knowledge of young and new entrepreneur reading this scam.
  • Inform to your family members that you not order any parcel and not pay any amount before your confirmation. 
  • If by mistake you paid then raise a complaint against such publication house and aware to your circle about such scam. 

CS Sukhwinder Singh | 9999939069

Word Format of TM – M (Trademark Application/ Opposition/Rectification)

Image result for TrademarkHello everyone,

Hope all of you enjoying our updates. Today we would like to share word format of Trademark – M. Hope it will helpful for you.

TM – M  is used for :-

  • Application
  • Opposition
  • Rectification

    This form is divided into three Parts i.e. A, B & C. Part A and C are required to be filled compulsorily. Part B is further divided into several subcategories and the same is required to be chosen by the applicant as per requirement and be filled accordingly. [Note: One form is meant for one request only. Different forms should be submitted for different requests. In case more than one request is claimed in one form the first one will be entertained and rest of the requests will be ignored.]

  • Government Fee Per Application – Rs 1000 (One Thousand Only)

Specimen

TM-M

The Trade Mark Act, 1999

Application/Request for any miscellaneous function in respect of a trademark Application/Opposition/Rectification under the Trade Marks Act

PART A

[applicants details]

1. Fee:  
Applicant or Registered Proprietor/Opponent/Third Party making Application/Request  
Name:  
Trading As:  
Address:  
  State:

Country:

Address for service:  
  State:

Country:

Mobile No:  
Email address:  
Email address:  
2.

 

 

Agent of Applicant or Registered Proprietor/Opponent/Third Party, as the case may be, (if any)-  
Name:  
Address:  
Mobile No.  
E-mail address:  
Nature of the Agent:  
Registration no.:  
3. Request/Application in the matter of  
Application/Opposition/Rectification no. Reference No.  
Additional Reference, if required    
PART B

PURPOSE OF REQUEST

[application column required to be ticked as filled in]

a. For correction of clerical error or for amendment under rule 37  
Details of corrections  
b. Statement of grounds of Registrar’s decision under rule 36  
Hearing Date  
Order No. and Date  
c. For certificate of the Registrar or certified true copy of a document under rule 122  
If request is for EXPEDITED certificate YES or NO
Details of certified true required  
No. of copies of document required  
d. For particulars of advertisement of a trade mark under rule 41  
e. Request for Review of Registrar’s decision  
Hearing Date  
Order No. and Date  
f. Request for extension of time under rule 109  
Reason for extension of time period Period of extension of time period
g. Preliminary Advice about the distinctiveness of the trademark, U/S 133 Mark to be entered/pasted here
h. Request of expedited examination of an application under rule 34  
Declaration of reason for expedited examination  
i. Division of an Application under rule 108  
Class to be divided  
Trademark(s) (in case of series marks) to be divided  
j. Request for duplicate Registration Certificate under rule 56(3)  
k. Request for inclusion of Trademark in the list of well-known Trademarks Registration Certificate under rule 124 Representation of the mark

(paste here)

 
Is requested mark is registered with Trademark Registry, India – if yes (details thereof)    
l. Request for the Inspection of the document under rule 121 Purpose Fee in Rs.
m. Amendment of regulation for governing the use of a collective trademark or a certification trademarks under section 66 Purpose Fee in Rs.
n. A request to enter in the register and advertise a note of certificate of validity, under rule 127 Purpose Fee in Rs.
o. On Petition (not otherwise charged) for obtaining Registrar’s order for any interlocutory matter in a contesting proceedings Purpose Fee in Rs.
p. For payment of Misc. fees(s) for other purpose(s) apart from above Purpose Fee in Rs.
q. Regulation for governing the use of a collective trademark or a certification trademarks    
Copy of the draft regulation should be attached    
r. For submitting Authorization of agent under rule 19    
[the copy of the power of attorney must be attached]    
PART C

[Detail of the person submitting the application/request and details of documents submitted]

a.

 

 

 

 

 

Detail of the person submitting the Application:  
Signature:  
Name:  
Authority:  
b. List of documents attached, if any  

Click here to download word format of TM-M.

 

Now you have to submit Statutory Returns (SLR-Form VIII) in XBRL Mode – RBI

Image result for RBIHello everyone, Hope all of you enjoying our updates. RBI on May 11, 2017 issue a notification in this regard. As per notification SLR-Form VIII must be submitted in XBRL format from April 2017.

RBI/2016-17/302
Ref: DBR.CO.No.Ret.BC/66/12.07.144/2016-17

May 11, 2017

The Chairperson
All RRBs

Madam/Dear Sir,

Submission of Statutory returns (SLR-Form VIII) in XBRL platform

It has been decided to move the reporting of SLR from PCRPCD to XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language) platform. You are therefore advised to submit the returns (Form VIII) in XBRL from the month of April 2017.

Yours faithfully,

(S K Kar)
Chief General Manager

GST Enrolment Re-open on June 01, 2017

71.jpgMore than 60 lakh taxpayers enrolled on GST Portal between 8th November 2016 and 30th April 2017. The Enrolment process has closed with effect from 1st May 2017. Data of all those who have signed the enrolment form will be migrated to the new GST System.

The revenue department on Thursday said 6.05 million entities have enrolled themselves with the goods and services tax network (GSTN) system and for the remaining taxpayers it will reopen for 15 days from June 1. The process to enroll taxpayers on the GSTN portal was suspended on April 30. The government intends to roll out GST from July 1.

At a review meeting of IT Preparedness for GST System at GSTN office on Wednesday, Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia expressed satisfaction with the preparation for the roll-out of GST. He reviewed the progress on enrolment of existing taxpayers. Adhia was also briefed about the software system being developed for GST, training of tax officials and outreach program being undertaken by Tax Departments across the nation. Of 62,937 tax officials, 24,668 tax officials have been given hands-on training on the application software on live system while the remaining officials will be trained by June 15, it said.

The training is being conducted on registration, returns and payment modules developed by GSTN, it said, adding GSTN is also conducting a pilot on GST System Software from May 2 to May, 16 where 3,200 taxpayers drawn from each state/UT and Centre will be participating.

1098 Helpline – Childline

Childline 1098 Night & DayCHILDLINE stands for a friendly ‘didi’ or a sympathetic ‘bhaiya’ who is always there for vulnerable children 24 hours of the day, 365 days of the year.

A phone number that spells hope for millions of children across India, CHILDLINE is India’s first 24-hour, free, emergency phone service for children in need of aid and assistance. Whether you are a concerned adult or a child, you can dial 1098, the toll free number to access our services. We not only respond to the emergency needs of children but also link them to services for their long-term care and rehabilitation. We have, till date, reached out to over three million children across the nation through such calls.

CHILDLINE is a platform bringing together the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India, Department of Telecommunications, street and community youth, non-profit organisations, academic institutions, the corporate sector and concerned individuals.

We work for the protection of the rights of all children in general. But our special focus is on all children in need of care and protection, especially the more vulnerable sections, which include:

  • Street children and youth living alone on the streets.
  • Child labourers working in the unorganised and organized sectors.
  • Domestic help, especially girl domestics.
  • Children affected by physical / sexual / emotional abuse in family, schools or institutions.
  • Children who need emotional support and guidance.
  • Children of commercial sex workers
  • Child victims of the flesh trade
  • Victims of child trafficking
  • Children abandoned by parents or guardians
  • Missing children.
  • Run away children.
  • Children who are victims of substance abuse
  • Differently-abled children
  • Children in conflict with the law
  • Children in institutions
  • Mentally challenged children
  • HIV/ AIDS infected children
  • Children affected by conflict and disaster
  • Child political refugees
  • Children whose families are in crises