Change in company name

    - Change in company name at just Rs 5,999/-
    - Work Handled by professionals
    - Hassle free online process
    - Within 7-8 working days

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Change in company name

The name of a company is regarded as the identity of a company, both public and private. Name clause can be altered as per the name change procedure under companies act 2013. The Memorandum of Association (MoA) of the company consists of the name clause of the company; hence change in company name ultimately results in the alteration of the MoA. The name that is adopted at the time of incorporation of the name can be changed later on according to the change of company rules. This can be done with the approval of the shareholder and Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Change in business name can be made with the prior approval of the shareholders through a special resolution, ROC will grant a new incorporation certificate on being satisfied. The change of name of the company shall not have any effect on the legal existence as a corporate entity i.e. changing the name of the company will not create a new entity. At Unilex Consultants we provide you a hassle change in company name which would be dealt by our professionals within a time frame of 7-8 working days, subject to government processing time. Our team takes care of the documentation and aids in provide you the realistic estimation of cost.

Documentation for Change in company name

MOA/AOA

Proposed name

Board Resolution

Minutes of EGM

Certificate of Incorporation

DSC of Directors

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Process involved in registering a Change in company name

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Proposed Name apply

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Preparation of documents

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Name Approval

FAQs About Change in company name

Will I receive a new certificate of incorporation stating the new name of the company?
Yes, the certificate states both the old and the new names of the company along with the date of change of the name.
To whom do I need to send the application for the change in name of my company?
The application for changing the company name should be filed with the registrar with the prescribed form and fee.
Is there a need to change the name of the company if the object of the company is altered?
No, there is no statutory requirement to change the name of the company.
Whom should the Notification of the Change in name be furnished?
Apart from the registrar, the same should be notified to the banks, clients and other concerned relevant authorities.
What are the Guidelines for selecting name of a Company?
Name and object of the company could differ entirely and not necessarily to be in consonance with each other. Promoter can keep Company name on their initials and the same could be abbreviated. No need to change company name in case of business activity change. No need to obtain any sort of NOC whose name is being used in Company’s name.

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