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In India, a Section 8 Company is a non-profit organization that is formed with the objective of promoting social welfare, cultural, educational, health, or economic development. It is governed by the Companies Act, 2013, and is exempted from paying taxes under the Income Tax Act, 1961. The Section 8 Company must have a minimum of two shareholders and two directors, and it cannot distribute profits or dividends to its members. Any income generated must be used solely for furthering the company’s objectives.

To register a Section 8 Company, one must first apply for a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and Director Identification Number (DIN) for the proposed directors. The next step is to file the memorandum and articles of association with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) online. After this, the company can apply for its Permanent Account Number (PAN) and Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN) followed by the certificate of incorporation. The entire process can take approximately two to three weeks to complete.

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The main purpose of establishing a  company as a Section 8 company is to promote non-profit objectives such as the following:

  • Commerce
  •  Art
  • Science
  • Sports
  • Education
  • Research
  • Social welfare
  • Religion
  • Charity
  • Protection of environment
  • Any such other object related to the above objects

When the Central Government is satisfied that a person or association of persons propose to establish a limited company having the above-mentioned objectives, it shall grant a license to register as a Section 8 company under the Companies Act, 2013 (‘Act’).

The profits/incomes of the Section 8 company, if any, are applied towards promoting the objectives of the company and are not distributed as dividends to its shareholders.

Specific eligibility criteria must be met to establish a Section 8 company in India.

  • An Indian national or Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) can incorporate a Section 8 Company.
  • The entity must have at least one director.
  • The primary object of the Section 8 Company should be related to promoting art and science, sports, charitable activities, education, or providing financial assistance to individuals from lower-income groups.

These eligibility criteria ensure that the Section 8 Company operates to promote social welfare and contribute to the greater good of society.

The following documents are required to complete the incorporation process for a Section 8 company in India:

  • Articles of Association (AOA) and Memorandum of Association (MOA)
  • Declaration by the first director(s) and subscriber(s) (an affidavit is not required)
  • Proof of office address, such as a copy of utility bills like electricity, water, or gas bill
  • Copy of the certificate of incorporation (COI) of an overseas corporate body (if any)
  • A resolution passed by the promoter company
  • Consent of Nominee (INC-3)
  • Residential and identity proof of nominees and subscribers
  • Applicant’s identity and residential proof
  • Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
  • Declaration of unregistered companies.

By providing these documents, you can ensure smooth and efficient Section 8 company incorporation processes.

Number of Directors:

A minimum of two directors is required if the Section 8 entity intends to operate as a private limited company. However, a minimum of three directors are required if the entity aims to operate as a public limited company.

Number of Members:

If the Section 8 Company aims to function as a private limited company, the number of members is capped at 200 by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). However, there is no such limit for Section 8 entities with a business structure like a public limited company.

Capital Requirement and Name:

According to the Companies Act 2013, Section 8 entities are not required to maintain a minimum paid-up capital. Moreover, NGOs operating as Section 8 entities are not obligated to affix terms like private limited or limited in their name.

Company Objects:

Only entities with non-profit objectives are eligible for Section 8 registration. The Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association must clearly state such goals for which the Company is established. Any profits the Section 8 entity generates must be utilized for charitable purposes or reinvested in the entity. The profit of Section 8 entities is not available to its members in any form. These legal requisites ensure that Section 8 companies operate with transparency and the intended purpose of promoting social welfare.

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