As per companies Act, 2013 every company is required to maintain certain statutory registers which is prescribed under the act. This registers contain records of company’s shareholder, debenture holders, directors and interest of director in other entity, deposits, charges, etc. The company is required to keep these registers open for inspection by members, creditors and by other person.
The company shall maintain statutory registers:
The Companies Act, 2013 prescribed following formats for statutory registers:
Companies required to maintain following statutory registers:
Statutory registers of the company shall be authenticated by the Company Secretary of the company or by any other person who is authorized by the board in this respect.
When company fails to maintain statutory registers it shall be punishable with hefty penalties or fines. The amount of penalty or fine will be depend upon the type of statutory register in respect of which default is made by the company.
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