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How FOREIGN COMPANIES can form a business entity in India?
How STARTUPs should set up their business model?
How INDIVIDUALs can set up a business entity?
How NGOs / NPOs / Societies / Associations can form an entity?
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How to set up a business entity in India?
Business entity can be set up in India in any of the following manner:
Partnership including Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or Traditional Partnership Firm
Company including Public Limited Company, Private Limited Company or One Person Company (OPC)
Branch or Liaison Office of a foreign company
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1. Section 8 Company
Special Company can be incorporated under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 for objects like art, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, etc. NGOs, NPOs, etc desiring to have corporate structure can opt for Section 8 Company.
2. Charitable / Religious Trust
Public Trust for carrrying out charitable or religious activities. Such Public Trust can be formed and registered as per the juridictional laws of relevant state.
3. Association of Persons (AOP) or Body of Individuals (BOI)
Socities, Associations, Unions, Clubs, etc can establish either an Association of Persons (AOP) or a Body of Individuals (BOI). Apart from that they may be required to register under other applicable laws.
Individuals may select any of the below two options to establish business entity:
1. Sole Proprietorship
Sole Proprietorship is most easy and inexpensive route for establishing individual business. The individual needs to have a trade name and can simply start proprietorship with that trade name.
2. One Person Company (OPC)
One Person Company is a newly introduced form of company which can established with only one member (shareholder) and one director (shareholder can be director)... Learn more
Foreign companies or foreign individuals (other than persons of Indian origin) desirous of establishing their business in India can select any of the below legal structure:
1. Incorporating Subsidiary Company
A Private Limited Company can be incorporated in India as a subsidiary of overseas foreign company. Forming a company in India requires atleast two members (shareholders) and two directors... Learn more
2. Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Incorporating of LLP has now been allowed
to foreign investor subject to fulfillment of conditions in this regards. As compared to company, LLP requires less compliance cost... Learn more
3. Liaison or Branch Office in India
In case if Indian operations are restricted to marketing or other specified activities, then forming Liasion Office / Branch Office may be most appropriate route... Learn more