Documents needed for NameChange in RC of Bombay Shop & Establishment in case of Merger.
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Dear Seniors,
I would like to know what are the documents required for change in name (RC Bombay Shop & Establishment). There has been a Merger of two companies on March 05th 2013. We have the Court Order that the two companies are merged with effect from Date. Now when I approached BMC office they are asking for a proof that will justify that the there was a merger and that the court order is not sufficient to proof it.
So can you all please help me to know what are the relevant documents for Change in Name under Bombay Shop & Establishment in case of Merger of two Companies.

Thanks & Regards

korgaonkar k a -  Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Vikrant ji,

You need to submit Form E to BMC. You need to pay fee of Rs.120 towards this E Form and submit following documents:

1. Court order; &
2. Fresh Incorporation Certificate issued by ROC upon merger.

Form E is a notice of change. You have two changes. One is, change of name of your company consequent to merger of two companies and another is, change of number of employees consequent to merger of two companies. You need to notify both the changes in same Form E.

You need to surrender the certificates of registration of both the companies before merger.

Vikrant Bhosale -  Member Since: Sep 2012
Dear Korgaonkar Sir,
Does it mean that I have to go back to the Company Registration Office & issue a new RC copy for present Merged Company (i.e after submitting old Registration Certificate of both Companies) & then that New Registration Certificate will help me in getting Name Changed in Bombay Shop & Establish Registration.

Thanks & Regards
Vikkrant Bhosale

korgaonkar k a -  Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Vikrant ji,

ROC related issues are your responsibility. Who was involved in the process of merger? I hope certainly not you.

You just demand the fresh IC consequent to change from your CS or from your Finance head or from your Directors. They must have obtained it.

Vikrant Bhosale -  Member Since: Sep 2012
Dear All,

I have newly joined an organazation just 9 days back & the company is working from last 2 years,the company has around 215 Employess Strenght & all Employees are coverd under PF Act. The problem is that the Comapny have not Registrated for ESIC ACT till Date ( Not taken ESIC CODE). Though the company has its own Mediclaim & Insurance for employees so do the Company than too need to get registared for ESIC ACT & if yes what is process of Registration what are the document Required for that & will the company have to pay penatly for this as the Company was not really aware of this Act.




 
 
 
 





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