- Alteration in the MoA Amendment can be made by following the procedure under section 13 of the Companies Act’2013.MoA Amendment & GST Registrations.
- This section is applicable to all companies.
- Hold board meeting to recommend the proposal for members’ consideration by passing special resolution.
- Give notice of Extraordinary general meeting in which special resolution is to be passed. The notice shall specify the place, date, day and time of the meeting and contain a statement on the business to be transacted at the EGM.
- Since alteration of the MoA Amendment is a special business therefore an explanatory statement u/s 102 of the Companies Act’2013 shall be accompanied with the notice of the meeting in which special resolution is to be passed.
- Special resolution: For alteration of any of the clauses of MoA Amendment, except the capital clause, consent of members by way of special resolution is required. However, in case of alteration of authorised share capital, consent of members by way of ordinary resolution as stated in section 61 is required.
- The company is required to file special resolution passed by shareholders for alteration of memorandum of association with the Registrar of Companies. MoA Amendment & GST Registrations.Form MGT-14 has to be filed for registration of special resolution within 30 days of passing of resolution.
- A certified copy of the special resolution along with notice and explanatory statement of the general meeting in which resolution is passed and the altered memorandum and articles are to be attached as attachments to the form MGT-14. MoA Amendment & GST Registrations.Copy of approval from the central govt. filed with the registrar in case of change in name and registered office clauses of the memorandum.
- Alteration made under section 13 shall not have any effect until it has been registered.