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Kanika Gupta (C.S Trainee)     19 July 2010

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Can a company which is still in operations can get its name strike off under Easy Exit scheme???? plzzz reply , its urgent 

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vivek (CS)     19 July 2010

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Upto my understanding it can be done but before that u will have to make ur balance sheet figures zero.

 

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Nitin Grover (CS)     19 July 2010

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Originally posted by : Kanika Gupta

Can a company which is still in operations can get its name strike off under Easy Exit scheme???? plzzz reply , its urgent 

Dear Kanika

Whichj type of operation / working i.e. Opening or any other?

 

 

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CA SURENDRA KUMAR RAKHECHA (Practising CA at Surat)     19 July 2010

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Nitin has asked a very relevant question. 

 

To exit; the directors have to give Affidavit individually and one Idemnity Bond signed jointly stated that there is no outstading towards financial institutions and creditors. 

 

Even though no balance sheet has been filed so far; a single balance sheet certified by a CA (which should not be older than 30 days);  still the route can be taken. 

 

The charges are NIL. No payments to government. 

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Kanika Gupta (C.S Trainee)     19 July 2010

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 if a company has unsecured creditors , can it go for striking off its name , though it is not working ??

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CA SHABIR (CA)     19 July 2010

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Refer "The Chartered Accountant Student" Journal July 2010, Page 32 for full text on EES 2010.

 

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CA SURENDRA KUMAR RAKHECHA (Practising CA at Surat)     19 July 2010

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The company cannot go for exit if there are unpaid creditors. 

The law does not permit defaulters to take benefit of the scheme.

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Neha Gupta (PCS)     14 August 2010

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It is specify in the EES, only that the Company can apply in scheme, which is having "No" operations or carrying no business on or after 1April 2008...

Not carrying any business means: that the company is not carrying any business in the main objects of the Company as specified in MOA only. Other businesses  carried by company such as investment etc., and if they are not the main objects of the Copmpany even then a company can apply under EES, 2010.

even the company has unsecured creditors it can apply under EES. because Affidavits and indemnity bonds  given by all Directors is mandatory attachments with this Form.


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