Company incorporation in India also follows certain rules and regulations while it's coming into formation a company. Indian Companies Act, 1956 has defined company incorporation in India and its rules and regulations to carry day to day business operations. As per the Indian Companies Act, Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the Governing body to check and offer the Certificate of Incorporation to start a company. There are few important documents are required including Memorandum of Association (MoA) and Articles of Association (AoA) with other miscellaneous documents. Memorandum of Association is a very vital document which defines company's internal and external details including objectives and the relationship with other parties in relation to continuing its day to day business operations. And the Articles of Associations are meant to define the rules and regulations of the management and its internal targets. After checking all the above documents the Registrar of the Companies (ROC) will offer the certificate of incorporation for starting a company.
Trademark is defined as the identity of a company and it may be a symbol or a phrase whish clearly defines about a particular company by its first glance. Trademark registration is a legal process and one can get it by the help of some well trained legal professionals or trademark attorneys at affordable prices.
A Company is simply defined as an association of likeminded people with a single purpose to run business for profit motive. Company incorporation is a process and one should follow certain procedure while going to incorporate a particular company. The very first step of company incorporation process is to get your company name registered or approved from the Registrar of Companies (ROC) of the state or union Territories where the proposed company is located. Primarily, companies are divided into two categories - one is private limited and other one is public limited. As per the company incorporation in India, if it's a private company then, the word "Pvt Ltd." is used after the name of the company and if it's a public limited company then, the word "Limited" used after the name of the company. As per the company rules and regulations, it's often called as the association of persons to carry a certain type of business in order to make profits.