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Legalsampatti a one-stop solution for company registration services. We help entrepreneurs and business owners navigate the complex process of registering their businesses with ease and efficiency.


Our company has extensive knowledge and experience in business registration procedures and can guide you through the entire process from start to finish. We can help you determine the right business structure for your company and assist with filling out the necessary paperwork.


By working with our company, you can save time and avoid potential delays and errors that can occur during the business registration process. We have streamlined procedures in place to ensure that your registration is completed accurately and as quickly as possible.

Personalized service

We understand that every business is unique and has different needs. Our company offers personalized service tailored to your specific requirements. We take the time to understand your business and work with you to ensure that your registration is completed in a way that meets your needs and goals.


  • Private companies represent a different set of relationships in terms of ownership, risk, and reward as compared to public companies. Since private companies, do not access capital markets, they require less rigorous protection for their shareholders. Therefore there is a case for lighter regulatory overhang over private companies.


  • A Public Limited Company registration in India is the best suitable business structure for entrepreneurs who are planning large-scale business operations. To register a Public Limited Company in India there should be a minimum of seven members and there is no limit on the maximum number of members/shareholders for starting a Public Limited Company.


    A Public Limited Company in India enjoys all the privileges of a corporate entity together with the features of Limited Liability. A public limited company gets listed on the stock exchange to raise capital from the general public. Hence, Public Limited Companies have to comply with multiple regulations of government and start a Public Limited Company.


    A Public Limited Company that is registered under the provisions that are prescribed under the Companies Act, 2013. The member of a Limited Company registered in India enjoys the features of Limited Liability and this type of entity is also allowed to raise capital from the public by the issuance of shares.


    Also, the rules and regulations of a Public Limited Company are more rigid and strict in comparison to those of a Private Limited Company. Still, it is better to incorporate a Public Limited Company as it provides the benefits of a Private Limited Company with features such as easy transferability and ownership of shares.


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Nidhi Companies in India are created for cultivating the habit of thrift and savings amongst its members. Nidhi companies are allowed to borrow from their members and lend to their members. Therefore, the funds contributed to a Nidhi company are only from its members (shareholders). Nidhi companies are minute when compared to the banking sector and are mainly used to cultivate a saving amongst a group of people.


A non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) is a company registered under the Companies Act, of 1956 involved in the principal business of lending, investments in shares/stocks/bonds/debentures, leasing, hire-purchase, insurance business, chit business or involved in the receiving of deposits under any scheme of arrangement. NBFC is under the purview of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and in this article, we visit the procedure for NBFC Registration in India and some of the regulations which govern its operations.


One Person Company in India is a new concept that has been introduced with the Company’s Act 2013. One Person Company in India is incorporated by a single person. Before the enforcement of the Companies Act 2013 a single person was not able to establish a company. An OPC has the features of a Company and the benefits of a sole proprietorship. Earlier if a person had to establish a business then he or she should only opt for a sole proprietorship.

 According to Section 2 (62) of the Company’s Act 2013, a company can be formed with just 1 director and 1 member. One Person Company registration in India is a type of entity where there are lesser compliances requirements than that of a Private Limited Company.

A One Person Company Registration in India can be obtained under the Companies Act 2013 with just one single member and one Director. The Director and member can also be the same person. Here an individual who may be a resident or Non-resident Indian can register an OPC in India.


The primary purpose of registering a company as a Section 8 Company is to promote non-profit objectives such as trade, commerce, arts, charity, education, religion, environment protection, social welfare, sports research, etc.

To incorporate a Section 8 Company, a minimum of two directors is required. Also, there is no requirement for minimum paid-up capital in the case of Section 8 Company.

In India, a non-profit organization can be registered under the Registrar of societies or as a Non-profit company under Section 8 Company of the Company Act, 2013.

The profits of this company, if there are any, are applied towards promoting the objectives of the company and not distributed as dividends to its shareholders.

A Section 8 Company is the same as the Section 25 Company under the old Companies Act, of 1956. As per the new Companies Act of 2013, Section 25 has now become Section 8.

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Top 3 Reasons to Trust Our Business Registration Services.

Competitive pricing

Our services are competitively priced, ensuring that you get the best value for your money.


We ensure that your registration is completed in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.

Customer satisfaction

We are committed to ensuring that our clients are completely satisfied with our services, and we go above and beyond to achieve this goal.