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Posted On 24 July 2008 at 12:51 Report Abuse

What is the procedure for filing charges with the ROC? Also please indicate the time limit for filing from the date of creation of such. And what is the format for maintaining charges register?

Please explain in detail.


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kishor kumar g.c
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Posted On 24 July 2008 at 13:46

 

Down load the Form from MCA.gov.in, Fill it up & add digital Signature and File  the form in same website

For any form of ROC time limit is 30 days from the date of creation or what ever





CA Chaitanya
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Posted On 24 July 2008 at 18:00

Form 8 has to be filed within 30 days of creation of such charge. The form is avaliable with the mca.gov.in website




Raghav Puranik
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Posted On 08 August 2008 at 18:51

If the Charge were created  before 06-07-08 than  u can file charge within 300 days if not than in 30 days of the event. U will find the form 8 on www.mca.gov.in
     



(Guest)
Posted On 03 September 2008 at 15:25

Is there any minimum amount of funding which requires any ROC charge creation under any statute?




(Guest)
Posted On 08 September 2008 at 22:47

Originally posted by :Vidya
" What is the procedure for filing charges with the ROC? Also please indicate the time limit for filing from the date of creation of such. And what is the format for maintaining charges register?
Please explain in detail.
"




(Guest)
Posted On 13 September 2008 at 10:33

Originally posted by :Vidya
" What is the procedure for filing charges with the ROC? Also please indicate the time limit for filing from the date of creation of such. And what is the format for maintaining charges register?
Please explain in detail.
"


 




(Guest)
Posted On 19 September 2008 at 11:42

Dear Sir,

What is the procedure for ROC Filing and what are the requirements and what are the charges are taking.




Lineesh James
Company Secretary

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Posted On 19 September 2008 at 12:13

Whenever a company create a charge on its assets, with in 30 days it has to file Form 8 with ROC ( Form 10 in case of series of Debentures).

Procedure:

1. Get the details of charge -if the charge is created in favour of a bank, get the sanction ticket, copies of the documents creating or evidencing charge,copy of the Board resolution given by the Company.

2. Download Form 8  from MCA website and fill up.

3. Scan the documents creating or evidencing charge ( black & white, Resolution 200dpi, pdf file) and attach it with Form 8.

4. Toal file size should not exceed 2.5 MB, if exceeds, remove the scanned attachments. Attachments can be uploaded separately as Addendum.

5. Get the Digital Signature from Company & Bank.

6. File the signed form 8 by  E-Filing through MCA website.No paper filing is possible.

7.The fee will be Max.Rs.500/300/200 depending on the Authorised capital of the Company.to be paid either through credit cards or Bank Challans

8.See that FOrm 8 is filed with in 30 days( 60 days with additional fee) after the date of the Document creating charge.

9.If you are a first timer in E-filing, better get the help of a  practising Company Secretary or Chartered Accountant. They charge you around Rs.1500/-

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(Guest)
Posted On 20 October 2008 at 12:29

what is process of filling of r.o.c.



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