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Easily Manage Your Maintenance of Minutes

Simplifying maintenance of minutes

Starting At Rs. 14,999 Onwards

Maintenance of minutes

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Procedure for Maintenance of minutes

Complete our Simple Form

You are required to fill details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

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Update Prepare Minutes

We shall update your regular prepare minutes and update register.

12 Working Days >


Maintain records

Your Records are maintained & shared electronically (physically when required).

20-25 Days >

Your work is completed

On every update and maintenance, we shall intimate you about the same.

Statutory registration or maintenance of minutes book

Every Company joined in India is needed to keep up statutory registers and records. These records can be looked after online, electronically. The statutory register and records will be kept at the enrolled office of the company. Directors, Members of the company, and any other person will examine bound registers and records of the company. Non-Maintenance of the obligatory registers and statutory records attract numerous penalties on the company, the Directors, and each other official in default.

The statutory records of the company should be maintained thus far and wherever if any changes occur within the company, necessary changes must be made.

LegalRaasta will guide you through the method of Statutory Registration.

What is included in our Package.

Preparation of Minutes (AGM,EGM, Board Minutes)

Updating register of members

Updating register of Directors

Updating register of Charge

Updating register of Shareholders

Updating register of transfers

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is it necessary to keep Statutory Register and Records at its registered office?
2. Are all company records mandatory to maintain?
3. Can Statutory Register be maintained electronically?
4. Can non-Maintenance of Records attract any penalty?