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Introduction

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  • Company status (Active / Struck Off)
  • CIN
  • Business Name
  • Business Registered Address
  • RoC
  • Date of Last Balance Sheet
  • Date of Last AGM
  • List of Directors
  • Date of incorporation
  • Age of the company
  • Authorized Capital
  • Paid up Capital
  • Contact Details

 


COMPANIES REGISTERED IN INDIA

With the continuous reforms and policy initiatives undertaken by the government Indian corporate sector has reached at a remarkable place wherein there are more than 22 lakh companies registered with MCA as on date and the numbers are increasing every single day. Out of the above number, presently around 14.41 Lakh companies are active and doing business in India. The percentage of inactive companies has decreased and constitutes 36.29% of the total number of companies registered in India. Of which,4.40% of companies are in the process of strike off or liquidation and 0.29% companies are carrying the status of Dormant Company.

 

Company Status

No. of Companies

Active Companies

1441823

Liquidated/Dissolved

11138

Strike Off

722352

Amalgamated/Merged

28214

Converted To Llp

16352

Converted To Llp And Dissolved

4876

Dormant

2341

Under Liquidation

7007

Under Process Of Striking Off

29162

Total Registered Companies

2263265

 

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What is a struck off company?


A struck off company is an entity no longer listed in the Registrar of Companies (RoC), losing its legal validity. Causes include non-compliance, business cessation, or prolonged inactivity. Consequences entail loss of legal status, asset seizure, director liability, reputational harm, and restoration challenges.

 

Mandatory Disclosure for Struck Off Companies

Shareholders gain insight into a company’s transactional patterns through its financial statements, which include details such as significant loans, guarantees, or security dealings with affiliated entities. Compliance with Schedule III of the Companies Act 2013 is mandatory for all financial statements.

Considering the foregoing, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs implemented a fresh disclosure mandate for company financial statements on March 24, 2021, which takes effect from April 1, 2021, and is applicable to statements prepared for the forthcoming fiscal year 2021-2022.

An example of this requirement entails revealing transactions involving companies struck off by the Registrar of Companies (RoC) under section 248 of the Act, or under section 560 of the Companies Act, 1956.

Under these circumstances, the following details must be revealed:

  • Name of the struck off company
  • Balance outstanding and relationship with the struck off companies.
  • Nature of transactions

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FAQ’s

 

How can I determine if my company has been struck off by the MCA?

Striking off a company serves as an alternative to the winding-up process. The Company Act outlines two methods through which a company can be struck off.

RoC (Registrar of Companies) initiates strike off under Section 248(1) of the Companies Act 2013.

A company can conduct its own strike off under Section 248(2) of the Companies Act 2013.

Causes for Striking Off

Based on the following criteria, a company may undergo striking off.

The company has not commenced any business within one year of its incorporation.

The company has not engaged in any business or activity for the past two financial years, and it has not applied for Dormant Company status under Section 455 of the Act.

What happens if RoC strikes off a company?

In most cases, a company struck off by MCA means that the company is closed and the name of the company is to be struck off by the Registrar of Companies. 

Once the MCA has struck off a company, it will no longer exist and cannot perform further business operations. 

How can a company recover from being struck off?

A company being struck off by the MCA can be recovered by a procedure known as Administrative Restoration. In this procedure, a company that has been struck off for a period not preceding 12 months can submit an application to the Companies House and by filling out the Administrative Restoration form. 

If the period of 12 months has been preceded then the restoration can be done through Court Order Restoration. 

Does a company strike-off affect credit rating?

Striking off of a company from the MCA means the name of the company is removed from the Registrar of Companies and the company ceases to exist. 

This does not affect one personal credit rating. 

Can a struck-off company still trade?

When MCA Strikes off a company, it removes the name of the company from the ROC. In other words, the company gets dissolved and ceases to exist. 

At this stage, that company cannot perform any trade or business activities or run any operations. 

How do I find transactions with struck-off companies?

One of the requirements by the MCA is the disclosure of transactions with the companies struck off by the Registrar of Companies(RoC) under section 248 of the Act, or under section 560 of the Companies Act, 1956. 

In such case, the following particulars need to be disclosed –

  • Name of the struck-off company 
  • Nature of transactions with such companies
  • Balance outstanding and relationship with the struck-off company. 

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