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ROC Minutes Book with Minutes Sheet and Minutes Binder (A4 Size)

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The set of ROC Minutes Book contains

  1. One Minutes Binder
  2. One set of Minutes Sheet containing 50 sheets
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Statutory Register refers to specific records about a company’s shareholders, directors, and the meetings held. These records are in addition to the normal accounting records that companies are also meant to keep. The Companies Act, 2013 requires every company to furnish these records before ROC (registrar of companies) within specific time limits together with prescribed fees. Most of the companies keep their statutory registers in a loose-leaf binder or bound book, but they can keep it in any form like a computer record.

Registers to be maintained under the Companies Act, 2013

Register of the Company

Every company accepting deposits must keep at the registered office, one or more registers for deposits accepted and/or renewed for a period of 8 years. Such period must be from FY (financial year) in which the entry was made in such register. Such register must contain the followings in respect of depositors:

  • Name, PAN and address of the depositors;
  • For minors, guardian details;
  • Particulars of the nominee;
  • Date and amount of each deposit;
  • Deposit receipt number;
  • Interest rate;
  • Duration of such deposit:
  • Repayable date;
  • The due date for interest payment;
  • Payment date of interest due;
  • Details with respect to deposit insurance;
  • Details of charge/ security created;
  • Other details with respect to deposit.

All the entries which are entered in this register must be authenticated by the company’s directory, secretary or such other officer authorized to do so.

Register of Members

Every company needs to keep and maintain the below-mentioned registers with respect to its members:

  • Register of the members separately for the equity shares and preference shares.
  • Register for the debenture holders.
  • Register for other security holders.

The registers must contain an index of the names. Further, member’s register, in case a company doesn’t have the share capital, must have the following details of each member:

  • Name, address, E-mail, PAN, UIN, CIN, Occupation, Nationality, Father’s /Mother’s Name/Spouse’s Name,
  • Date of commencement of membership,
  • Date of cessation of membership,
  • Other details as necessary.

Register of Directors and Key Managerial Personnel

The Companies Act 2013, requires every company to maintain and keep a register at its registered office containing particulars of the directors and KMP (Key Managerial Personnel), which should comprise details of the securities held by them in the company or its subsidiary, holding, associate companies or subsidiary of company’s holding company. According to rule 17 of Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules, 2014, the below-mentioned particulars shall be kept in a register a company’s registered office:

  • DIN (Director Identification Number);
  • Name and surname;
  • Any previous name or surname;
  • Father’s name, mother’s name and spouse’s name;
  • Date of birth;
  • Nationality (including the nationality of origin, if different);
  • Residential address (present as well as permanent);
  • The date of board resolution where the appointment was made;
  • Occupation;
  • Date of appointment and reappointment;
  • Date of cessation of office and reasons thereof;

Register of Charges

Register of charges must be maintained by a company in Form No. CHG 7. This register must contain details of the charges registered with the registrar on assets, property, companies or undertaking along with particulars of property that was acquired and which was subject to charges and also particulars of modifications or satisfaction of any charge. The register of charges must be permanently preserved at the company’s registered office, however, the instrument creating the charge must be preserved for a period of 8 years from the date of satisfaction of the charge by the said company.

Register of Renewed and Duplicate Share Certificates

Particulars of each of the share certificates issued:

  • in exchange for certificates which are consolidated or sub-divided or in replacement of certificates which are mutilated, defaced, old or torn, worn out, decrepit, or where cages on the reverse for the recording transfers are duly utilized
  • in lieu of certificates which are destroyed or lost

must be entered in a Register of Renewed and Duplicate Share Certificates which is to be maintained in Form No SH.2. In Form No SH.2, the companies specifies against the name of the person to whom a certificate has been issued, the date of issue and number of the certificates in lieu of which new certificate has been issued, and the required changes specified in the Register of Members by appropriate cross-references in “Remarks” column. While maintaining such register, the below-mentioned points must be kept in mind:

  • The register must be permanently preserved and must be kept in the custody of the company’s company secretary or any other person so authorized by the company’s Board.
  • All the entries made in this register must be authenticated by the company’s company secretary or such person as authorized by the company’s Board in this regard.

Such register must be kept at the company’s registered office or at a place where the Register of Members is maintained.

Register of Employee Stock Options

As per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 a company must maintain the Register of Employee Stock Options in Form No. SH.6 and must enter therein particulars of an option granted. Such register must be kept at the company’s registered office or such other premise as per the discretion of the board. The entries made in this register must be authenticated by the company’s company secretary or such person as authorized by the company’s Board in this regard.

Register of Shares/Other Securities Bought Back

As per the Companies Act 2013, a register of shares and other securities bought back needs to be maintained by a company in Form SH 10. The details which need to include are as follows:

  • Date of the passing of the special resolution authorizing the buy-back of securities
  • Date of Board’s approval
  • Number and price of shares or other securities authorized for buyback
  • Date of such opening and closing of the buy-back offer
  • Date on which the buy-back was completed
  • Description of the shares or other securities bought back by the company

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