As we All know Agricultural Industry is considered the backbone of our Indian Economy because 62% of the total population directly or indirectly depends on agriculture for their living. still, our Indian farmers aren’t only unorganized but are also in a deplorable state as they’re unfit to go advanced agricultural technologies due to a deficit of finances.
Keeping into consideration their miserable and pitiable state, the Government decided to formulate an expert commission to examine the matter. Further, in the time 2002, the commission formulated brought the conception of Producer Companies in Indian Society. Since also, the Central Government has been working hard to elevate the status of Indian Producers
(Including Farmers and agriculturalists).
What is Producer Company?
A Producer Company is a mix of a Cooperative Society and a Private Company and is a company incorporated under Part IX- A of the Companies Act, 1956, and also Section 465( 1) of the Companies Act, 2013 to deal with the primary product of its active members related to Farming. Further, the main idea or the purpose of a Producer Company includes selling, distributing and exporting where few primary affairs.
Likewise, a Producer Company can be incorporated either with ten or further members being directors, or with two or further Producer institutions, or by its combination. also, like other business structures, the liability in a Producer Company is limited to the extent of the overdue Share Capital by its members. thus, a Producer company is considered to be a Private Limited
Company under the Companies Act, 2013. still, the ceiling on the maximum number of members doesn’t apply to the same. The incorporation and regulations of Producer Company are governed and regulated by the provision of the Companies Act, 1956, read with the Companies Act, 2013, and the rules made there under.
Ans. A minimum of 5 and a outside of 15 directors are demanded to register a Producer Company in India.
Answer: The minimal capital demand to register a Producer Company is Rs 5 lakhs.
Answer: In India, any individual or association can come a member of a Producer Company.
Answer: Yes, as per the vittles of Companies Act, 2013, it's obligatory for a Producer Company
to gets its accounts checked .
Answer: Yes, a Foreign National or NRI can come a Director in a Producer Company. The only
demand is to gain noise( Director Identification Number). still, a Producer company must have
at least one director who's a occupant of India. The term “ occupant of India ” denotes the
person who has lived in India for at least 182 days in the last fiscal time.
Answer: No, there's no need for you to be physically present at our office to register a
Producer Company as the entire enrollment process is online grounded. All you need to submit
the necessary documents as needed in the gate.
Answer: Yes, after carrying the previous blessing from directors, a member of a Producer
Company is eligible to transfer his/ her shares, together with the special rights( if in case any).
Answer: generally, we insure presto and speedy enrollment . still, the same also depends upon the documents submitted by the aspirant, and it takes around a period of 30 days.
Answer: All the Producer Company members need to nominate one person each in the prescribed manner as the designee. Further, the same should be done within 3 months of getting a member of a Producer company.
Answer: There are five types of Producer Company current in India, which are product Businesses, Marketing Businesses, Technical Service Businesses, Backing Businesses, and structure Businesses.
Answer: The introductory conditions to incorporate a Producer company are 10 or further individual, 2 or further Producer , or a combination of both.
Answer: A director can hold his/ her office in a Producer company for a minimum of 1 and a outside of 5 times.
Answer: There are several benefits or advantages of a Producer company in India. Some of them are a separate legal reality, limited liability, lesser creditability, easy operation, lower compliance, sue or be sued, acquire property, accept deposits, etc.
Answer: A Producer company must have a minimum of 4 Board Meetings in a Financial Year. Further, the time gap between the two board meetings mustn’t exceed a period of 3 months.
Answer: According to the Articles of Association, a Producer Company needs to get its book of accounts checked by an Internal Adjudicator on a regular base.