The authorised capital of a company (also called registered capital or nominal capital) is the maximum amount of share capital that the company is authorised by its constitutional documents to issue to shareholders. Part of the authorised capital can remain unissued. The authorised capital can be changed with shareholders' approval. The part of the authorised capital which has been issued to shareholders is referred to as the issued share capital of the company.

The amount of authorised capital mention in MOA. The Company can issue capital upto this amount. Any increase, decrease, split, consolidates in capital due to business requirement, the company need to give intimation to the ROC and follow the procedure as per law. 

Documents Required

  • Notice of

    General Meeting

  • Certified true copy of


  • Altered


  • Minutes of

    Member`s Meeting

  • Consent letter of shareholders

    if meeting is convened on shorter notice


  • 5
    File Necessary Form with Registrar
  • 4
    Hold General Meeting & Pass Resolutions
  • 3
    Issue Notice for Members Meeting
  • 2
    Issue Notice and Hold Board Meeting
  • 1
    Provision in Article of Association

You will get

  • Draft Copy of


  • Draft copy of


  • Necessary documents, forms

    Filed with ROC

  • Approval for increase in capital

    from ROC

  • ROC

    Registeration fees

The Authorized Capital of the Company is the maximum limit upto which a Company can issue shares and Paid Up Capital is that part of the Authorized Capital for which Shareholders have made the investment into the Company.

No, except in the case where AOA doesn’t contain a clause authorising it to increase company’s share capital.

No, you needn’t to be available in person, change in capital process is online. A scanned copy of documents can be sent to us via mail, and we will handle the rest.