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One Person Company: Meaning, Features & Benefits, Registration Process

One Person Company

One Person Company also called OPC is a company formed by a single person who is an Indian Citizen and a resident of India as per the Company’s Act 2013. This single person can be the director and the member as well. Previously, to form a Private Company, it was required to have a minimum of 2 directors and 2 members. 

It was mandatory to have at least 3 directors and 7 members to establish a Public Company. One Person Company’s meaning can also be seen as an example of a ‚ÄėOne Man Army,‚Äô which led to the recognition of a new way of starting businesses in India that ensures flexibility and hassle-free processes.

Now that we have discussed what a One Person Company means let’s dive deeper. Further, this blog will discuss One Person Company in detail, including its features and benefits, eligibility criteria, required documents, and more.

Important Things to Know about One Person Company

  • One Person Company is also known as Single Person Company
  • An individual, once registered for One Person Company, cannot incorporate the same again
  • The nominee to the memorandum of OPC shall not be eligible to become the nominee for another One Person Company
  • The director and the shareholder can be the same person in One Person Company
  • One Person Company can have maximum 15 directors
  • A minor cannot become a member or a nominee of OPC

One Person Company Features and Benefits

Take a look at the One Person Company’s features and benefits: 

  • One Person Company can be registered as a private limited company, only
  • Funds are easily accessible to OPC
  • Fewer compliances as compared to a private company
  • Incorporation of One Person Company in India is easy as it requires minimal documentation
  • More remuneration is taken home by the owner as compared to other companies
  • It is provided the same legal status as that of a private company
  • No annual general meetings are required
  • All the shares and investments of the OPC are handed down to the nominee in the event of the death of member
  • Foreign funding is accepted unlike in the case of sole proprietorship and partnership
  • Complete ownership of the company is with the single person

One Person Company Registration Process 

Follow the steps mentioned below for One Person Person Registration process:

Step 1: Apply for the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

Step 2: Apply for Director Identification Number (DIN)

Step 3: Now, select and file for Name Approval Application with Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA)

Step 4: Applicant must sign the draft of  Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA)

Step 5: Collect and submit all the required documents along with registration fee and stamp duty

Step 6: Filing and approval of application forms with MCA

Step 7: Obtain  a Certificate of Establishment or Incorporation

One Person Company Eligibility Criteria and Documents Required

Take a look at the eligibility criteria and documents required:

  • To form One Person Company, an individual must be a resident, as well as a citizen of India
  • He/she can be the member and nominee of the company
  • Applicant must submit the following documents to form One Person Company in India:
  • Application form and owner‚Äôs passport size photographs
  • Copy of owner‚Äôs updated Aadhaar Card and Voter ID card
  • In case the property is rented, owner‚Äôs PAN Card, Property papers, and ent agreement must be submitted
  • Company‚Äôs utility bills, NoC from the landlord or any other document required by the Registrar of Firms

Difference Between One Person Company and Sole Proprietorship

Often there’s confusion between One Person Company and Sole Proprietorship in terms of ownership, liability, and more. Below are the two key differences between the two:

One person company vs Sole proprietorship
One person company vs Sole proprietorship

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few frequently asked questions relating to One Person Company:

Q. Is Goods & Services Tax  (GST) mandatory for One Person Company?

Yes. Similar to other types of companies in India, GST is also mandatory for One Person Company.

Q. What is the minimum age requirement for starting a One Person Company?

The minimum age required for starting One Person Company is 18 years, and the applicant must be an Indian citizen.

Q. How much capital is needed to start One Person Company?

The maximum capital required to start One Person Company is Rs. 1 lakh. However, the applicant does not need to invest that amount in business.

Q. Is it possible to operate more than 1 One Person Company at the same time?

An applicant cannot run more than one One Person company simultaneously.

One Person Company: Meaning, Features & Benefits, Registration Process

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