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Starting a business can turn out to be one of the most interesting experiences of your life. The choice of the business entity has long term implications throughout the life-cycle of the business. Hence, it is recommended to discuss your business plan with a professional, and choose an entity that will support the vision of the business.


A Private Limited Company is the most popular as well as the most preferred choice of business entity in India. As it requires a minimum of 2 members, it is most appropriate for small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups. It is a privately held business entity with limited liability and allows for a 100% foreign direct investment with government approval.


Non-Resident Indian: Citizens of India, holding Indian Passport, immigrated to any other country for six months or more. A Non-Resident Indian (NRI), being an Indian citizen living abroad possesses a number of opportunities for investment in India. Private limited comPANies are seen as particularly ideal for Non-Resident Indians due to the nature of their legal and capital requirements.


An interesting feature is that a Private limited Company can be started with as less as two shareholders. The maximum limit maybe two hundred shareholders. Compliances of a private limited Company are much simpler compared to that of a Public limited Company. One of the directors needs to be a resident in India in order to register a Company and the resident director can be a spouse or family member of the non-resident directors.



• For NRIs and Foreign nationals below mentioned documents must be apostilled by the Consulate of Indian Embassy or attested by Foreign Public Notary depending upon whether the country is a member of Hague convention or not.


• For NRIs and Foreign National Please make note that if the person belongs to a country who is not a member of Hague convention then all the documents as mentioned above need to be apostilled by the Consulate of Indian  Embassy. And if the person belongs to the country who is the member of Hague convention then all the documents as mentioned above can be provided after attestation by Foreign Public Notary.


Benefits of Private Limited Company:

Ease of Formation

A Private Limited Company can be incorporated with minimum 2 directors by filing SPICe E Form INC-32 along with link form SPICe MOA (INC-33) and SPICe AOA (INC-34)?. Once the documents are verified, Certificate of Incorporation (COI) is issued to the Company by MCA within 2 to 3 days under Fast Track Registration

the firm’s continuity.


Limited Liability

The liability of each member of the Company is limited. If any liability arises then its member is not PERSONAL MATTERSly affected; members are only liable for unpaid shares held by them and not more than that. The PERSONAL MATTERS, individual assets of the shareholders are not at risk.



Under the Company Law, a Private Limited Company is not mandated to publish its accounts and file several documents. This way, it becomes easier for a Private Limited Company to maintain business secrets.



A Private Limited Company has the flexibility to easily raise loans and investments from NRIs and foreigners.


Owning Property

A Company being a juristic person, can acquire, own, enjoy and alienate, property in its own name. No shareholder can make any claim upon the property of the Company as long as the Company is a going concern. The shareholders are not the owners of the Company’s property.


Dual Relationship

In a Private Limited Company, it is possible for the Company to make a valid and effective contract with any of its members. It is also possible for a person to be in control of the Company and at the same time be in its employment. Thus, a person can at the same time be a shareholder, creditor, director and also an employee of the Company.

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FAQ - Frequently asked questions

Do I need to be present in India during the process of setting up my business?

It is not necessary to be present in India for being appointed as a director or a shareholder. The entire process of business registration can be done online and there is no requirement to travel to India or be present physically at any stage. However, a person has to notarize or apostille all his documents in the residing country as per their country's law convention.

Is there any local partner (Indian Resident) required by Indian Law?

Companies Act 2013 brought a new provision wherein there must be at least 1 Resident Indian Director in Board of an Indian Company. The resident director is defined as a citizen of India who has resided at least 182 days in a calendar year.

Can NRI open a Single person/ One person company (OPC) in India?

No. NRI Foreign Nationals are not eligible to form an OPC in India.