Increase in Authorised capital

When a corporation is in its incorporation stages, one among the foremost important decisions that need to be made by the promoters is that the amount of capital to take a position within the company. because the business begins to select up, the corporate may look to expand its operations, expand in size, scale or structure. to form that dream a reality, it’s going to require the pumping in of more funds into the corporate , basically increasing the share capital of the corporate .

Overview

Sometimes, the quantity of capital required might surpass the limit of the authorised capital at the time. The authorised capital is that the maximum amount of capital that the corporate can issue shares to the shareholders. As per Section 2(8) of the businesses Act, 2013, the Authorised Capital limit is laid out in the Memorandum of Association under the Capital Clause. a corporation may take the required steps required to extend the authorised capital limit so as to issue more shares, but it cannot issue shares exceeding the authorised capital limit in any case.

Board Meeting to be conducted

➼ Notice to be sent to the administrators regarding the agenda of the meeting a minimum of 7 days before their respective registered addresses.
At the committee meeting , pass a Board Resolution to involve a unprecedented General Meeting and issue notice pursuant to the supply of Section 101 of the Act, where the altered clause on authorised capital within the Memorandum of Association are often presented for approval by passing a standard Resolution. The proposed amendment shall be in accordance with the provisions as began under Section 60 of the Act.
Notice to tend to the shareholders regarding the particulars of the meeting, including the agenda, date, time and place of the meeting.
➼  The notice must specify the tactic of voting to be adopted for the passing of the resolution at the Extraordinary General Meeting.
Notice of the Extraordinary General Meeting is to be issued to all or any of the following:-
  1. Directors 
  2. Shareholders 
  3. Auditors
The notice of the EGM has got to tend not but 21 days before the date on which the EGM is to be held. However, a shorter notice period is often given if and as long as the consent is given by not but 95% of the members who are entitled to vote at the meeting. The consent has got to be obtained either through:
  1.  Writing 
  2. Electronic mode

Documents Checklist

Filing form with the Registrar of Companies

In but 30 days of the resolution being passed, a corporation must file e-Form SH-7 and e-Form MGT – 14 (if applicable) along side the prescribed fees with the Registrar.
1. Form MGT – 14: this type has got to be filed with the ROC first within 30 days of passing the respective resolution. the shape is to be filed on the MCA portal, with the subsequent details:

Details of the corporate, including its CIN.

Purpose concerning which the shape is being filed.

Date of dispatch of the notice

Details regarding the resolution.

Copy of the new MOA (change made within the Capital Clause).

Digital Signatures and DINs wherever necessary.

The following attachments are to be provided:

1. A) Notice of the EGM along side the Explanatory Statement as per Section 102.
B) Certified copy of the resolution passed within the EGM.
C) Copy of the new MOA (change made within the Capital Clause).
D) Copy of the new AOA (provision for the rise in authorized share capital).
2. Form SH – 7: this type has got to be filed with the ROC within 30 days of passing the respective resolution. the target of this type is to intimate the Registrar regarding the small print of the rise within the authorized capital. the shape is be filed on the MCA portal, with the subsequent details:

Details of the corporate , including its CIN.

Type of resolution

Date of the meeting.

Service Request Number (SRN) of Form MGT – 14 already filed.

Details regarding amount of original authorised share capital and amount of latest authorised share capital.

Details regarding the breakup of the extra share capital.

Particulars regarding the stamp tax Fees paid.

Digital Signatures and DINs wherever necessary.

The following attachments are to be provided:

A licensed true copy of the resolution for the alteration of capital.

Copy of the new MOA (change made within the Capital Clause).

Copy of the new AOA (in case of alteration to incorporate provision for the rise in authorised share capital).

The other optional attachment, if any.

The forms must be submitted within the period of time stipulated so as to avoid any penalties or subsequent punishment wherein the corporate also its officers are going to be held liable.

Rented

  • Rent Agreement.
  • Light bill of premises.
  • NOC from Owner

Non-Rented

Utility bill Proof (Light bill / Telephone bill / Gas bill / Property tax bill / Bank Statement) (Any one Documents)

Procedure for Incorporation

  • Get in touch with our expert for free consultation
  • Fill the Details sheet form. (Download details sheet form).
  • Provide the necessary Documents
  • Application form with concern Department.
  • Document verification.
  • Now your work is completed. (Congratulation your work is completed now.)

PROCEDURE OF INCREASE IN AUTHORISED CAPITAL

A. Authorisation must within the Article of Association(AOA):-

Before to travel for increase of authorised capital, first got to check whether the corporate AOA contains provision for increase in authorise capital because it is first condition mentioned within the section 61 as we read above also that if it’s authorise by the article then only company can increase its authorise capital.
If AOA doesn’t contain the supply for increase in authorised capital, then first we’ve to change the articles as per the supply of Section 14 of the businesses Act, 2013 then we will proceed towards the rise in authorise capital.

B. Calling of committee meeting of Board of Directors (BOD)

BOD of the corporate within the committee meeting discuss and approve the following:-

  • Increase in Authorised Capital of the corporate subject to the approval of shareholders.
  • Fix Day, Date, Time, & Venue of the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the shareholders to urge approval for increase in authorise capital;
  • Approve and issue notice of EGM along side agenda & explanatory statement to all or any members, directors & auditor of the corporate .
  • Authorise director or company secretary to issue notice of EGM.

 

C. Holding of Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM)

Call and hold the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the members on the Day, Date, Time, & Venue as decided by the board of directors in their committee meeting and therefore pass the resolution for increase in authorized capital by passing ordinary resolution.

E. Alteration in Memorandum of Association(MOA)

Alter the clause of authorized capital within the MOA of the corporation .

Packages

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Increase in authorised capital of upto Rs.10 lakhs.Increase in authorised capital of upto Rs .25 lakhs.Increase in authorised capital of upto Rs.100 lakhs.
Rs. 4,499 /-Rs. 8,999/-Rs. 13,899/-

Process

Get the process done in 5 Easy Steps

1. Choose the package and fill the form.

2. Make Payment

3. Our Executive will get in touch with you and verify the details.

4. Filing the Application to concern department

5. Congratulations your Work is complete

FAQ's

Q.1 During which Clause of Memorandum of Association of a corporation limited by shares, Authorized Share Capital is mentioned?
Answer: The authorized Share Capital of the corporate is mentioned in Clause V of Memorandum of Association.
Q.2 Which Forms are required to be filed for increasing Authorized Share Capital by company?

Answer: Form MGT-14 and SH-7 are required to be filed with ROC within 30 days from the date of passing of Resolution for increasing authorized share capital.

Q.3 If the AOA does not contain a clause authorising it to extend its authorised share capital, then how can company increase its authorized share capital?

Answer: If there’s no such provision, then the corporation has got to take steps for alteration of its articles of association in accordance with the provisions of Section 14 of the businesses Act, 2013.

Q4. Can we reduce our increased authorized share capital after increasing?

Answer: Yes, we will reduce our increased authorized share capital after increasing.

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