Company Secretarial Compliance Services

Secretarial Compliance Services 

Tax Robo provides outsourced Secretarial Compliance Services in India to ensure legal and statutory compliance are adhered to by the company. 

The Company should Maintain secretarial registers that are the fundamental compliance requirement for companies in India. These registers serve as official records that document key information about the company's operations, governance, and shareholding structure. 

Taxrobo is taking necessary steps to maintain your registers and records of the Company at your registered Office.

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Secretarial Compliance 

✓ Review of Incorporation Documents under Companies Act, 2013/Companies Act, 1956

✓ Review of Share Certificates, Share transfers & assistance in updating

✓ Review of Minutes Book - of the meeting of Directors, members & Assistance in updating of same           (From ✓ the year of applicability under Companies Act, 2013 till 31st March 2020)

✓ Review of Returns filed under the Companies Act 2013 & Assistance in Documentation

✓ Verification of Contracts in which directors, promoters or group companies, Controlling shareholders     and key managerial personnel are interested including contracts/arrangements with related party

✓ Review of Secretarial Compliance certificate from a Practicing Company Secretary

✓ Review of Statutory Registers & assistance in updating Registers maintained under the Companies       Act, 2013

✓ Review of Shareholding pattern and shareholding registers and assistance in updating Registers

✓ Review of Charges created and filing of appropriate forms/returns/closure

✓ Review of Notices received from the Registrar of Companies

✓ Review of Contracts entered for the Depot Arrangement & Transportation

✓ Review of Trademark (if Registration obtained).

Essential Secretarial Registers - Companies are Required to Maintain:

MGT-1 Register of Members and Debentures holders if any

This register contains details of the company's shareholders, including their names, addresses, and shareholdings. Any changes in shareholding, such as transfers or transmissions, are to be recorded in this register.

This register records the shareholdings of the company's directors. It includes details of shares held by each director, including their names, addresses, and the number and class of shares held

This register contains details of the transfer of equity shares/any other securities. Any changes in shareholding are to be recorded in this register

Companies are required to maintain a register of contracts or arrangements in which directors are interested. This includes details of contracts, agreements, or transactions in which directors have a direct or indirect interest.

If a company creates or modifies charges on its assets, it must maintain a register of charges. This register contains details of the charges, including the date of creation/modification, the nature of the charge, details of the property charged, and the name of the charge holder

Secretarial Audit  

Under the Companies Act, 2013, every listed company and every public company having a paid-up share capital of Rs. 50 crore or more, or turnover of Rs. 250 crore or more, are required to conduct a secretarial audit. This is mandated under Section 204 of the Companies Act, 2013.

Applicability to Private Company Subsidiary of a Public Company:
Section 204 is not applicable to a private company which is a subsidiary of a public company. However, it's common practice for such private subsidiaries to voluntarily conduct secretarial audits for better corporate governance and compliance.

Purpose of Secretarial Audit:
The primary purpose of secretarial audit is to provide an independent assurance to the management and stakeholders regarding the compliance of statutory and regulatory requirements. It also helps in identifying areas of improvement in corporate governance practices.

Appointment of Secretarial Auditor:
The Board of Directors appoints a practicing company secretary as the secretarial auditor. The auditor must be independent and have the requisite expertise to conduct the audit effectively.

Secretarial Compliance & XBRL Filing Packages

Taxrobo Basic Package

₹19499 .00

Secretarial Compliance (Startup Companies)

  • Issue of Share Certificate
  • Minutes and Resolutions - Board Meeting & General Meeting (4 Meetings)
  • Maintenance of Statutory Registers - Minutes Books, Register of Directors, Register of Members, Register of Charge, Register of Loans
  • Appointment & Resignation of Directors
  • Appointment & Resignation of Auditors
  • Declaration for the Commencement of Business - Form 20A
  • DPT-3 File return of deposits for any outstanding receipt of money or loan
  • Disclosure of Non-Disqualification by all the Directors - Form 8
  • Appointment of Statutory Auditor : ADT-1
  • Filing of Financial Statements (e-Form AOC-4)
  • Filing of Annual Return (e-Form MGT-7A)

Taxrobo Premium

₹7999 .00 

Per Month

Retainership Services

  • Maintenance of Statutory Registers - Minutes Books, Register of Directors, Register of Members, Register of Charge, Register of Loans
  • Minutes and Resolutions - Board Meeting & General Meeting
  • Company Annual Filing Compliance
  • Appointment & Resignation of Directors
  • Appointment & Resignation of Auditors
  • Charge Creation Form CHG 1
  • Directors Report Preparation
  • Ensuring Compliance with the Companies Act, 2013
  • Filing of Statutory Forms, Returns, and Reports
  • Drafting and Reviewing Legal documents, Contracts, and agreements.

Taxrobo Family Auditor

₹14999 .00


  • Standalone & Non Ind-AS
  • Preparation of XBRL Financial Statements
  • XBRL e filing support 
  • Creation of Taxonomy
  • Tagging Financial Data
  • Mapping and Validation
  • Creation of XBRL Instance Report
  • Software Solutions
  • Filing with Regulatory Authorities


How it Works

Process of Responding Secretarial Compliance by Tax Robo

Step 1

Fill the inquiry form

Step 2

Understanding of Legal requirements

Step 3

Communicate Draft reply

Step 4

Get Confirmation

Step 5

Submit before the respective authority