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Are you ready to start a company but want to avoid creating it with others? Don't worry! One Person Company (OPC) in India is a new concept introduced with the Companies Act 2013. As per section 2(62) of the Company's Act 2013, a company can be formed with just one director and one member.

The director and member can be the same person. It is a form of a company where the compliance requirements are lesser than that of a private company. Thus, one individual who may be a resident or NRI can incorporate their business with a company's features and the benefits of a sole proprietorship.

What are you waiting for? Register your Person Company from Legal251 now! Our experienced team will handle everything for you, from paperwork to verifying documents, so you can enjoy knowing your business is in good hands. Start your company with Legal 251 and take that first step to success!


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Proprietorship vs Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) vs Company







A sole proprietorship is a business owned and operated by a single individual.

A partnership is a legal arrangement where two or more individuals or entities agree to share ownership, responsibilities, profits, and liabilities of a business.

An LLP is a hybrid business structure that combines elements of partnerships and company. It offers limited liability to its partners, protecting their personal assets from the liabilities of the business.

A company is a legal entity that exists separately from its owners (shareholders). It can be a private limited company or a public limited company. Shareholders' are the owners of the company and their liability is limited to their investment, and the company's operations and management are governed by the board of directors.


In a proprietorship, a single individual owns and manages the business.

A partnership involves two or more individuals (partners) who share ownership and management responsibilities.

Partners have limited liability, meaning their personal assets are generally protected from business debts or liabilities.

A company is a legal entity separate from its owners (shareholders). Shareholders have limited liability, and their personal assets are not typically at risk for company debts.

Registration Time

7-15 working days

Promoter Liability

Unlimited Liability

Limited Liability


Governed by Local Laws

Under Partnership Act, 1932

LLP Act, 2008

Under Companies Act,2013

Compliance Requirements

Compliance in accordance with- Income Tax Laws and other Local Laws

Compliance in accordance with- Income Tax Laws and other Local Laws

Compliance in accordance with-Income Tax Laws, Local Laws, Companies Act and other as applicable

Compliance in accordance with-Income Tax Laws, Local Laws, Companies Act and other as applicable


Income is taxed at the individual's income tax rates.

Income is generally taxed at the individual partners' income tax rates.

Taxed as a partnership, where partners are individually taxed on their share of profits.

Subject to corporate tax rates. Shareholders are taxed on dividends received.

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Limited Liability

The biggest advantage of OPC registration is that it provides limited liability protection to the sole member. This means that the personal assets of the member are separate from the company's liabilities. In case of any financial losses or legal liabilities, the member's personal assets remain protected.

Single Ownership and Management

OPC allows a single individual to form and manage a company. This is beneficial for entrepreneurs who want to start a business on their own without the need for additional shareholders or partners. The sole member has complete control over the company's operations and decision-making process.

Separate Legal Entity

OPC is considered a separate legal entity from its owner. It has its own identity, distinct from the individual member. This provides credibility and enhances the business's image, making it easier to enter into contracts, raise funds, and establish business relationships.

Perpetual Succession

OPC registration ensures perpetual succession, which means the company continues to exist even if the owner or promoter passes away or becomes incapacitated. The shares of the company can be transferred to a nominee mentioned in the incorporation documents, ensuring the continuity of the business.

Easy Funding and Bank Loans

OPCs have better access to funding and bank loans compared to sole proprietorships or partnerships. Financial institutions and investors find OPCs more trustworthy and are more willing to provide financial assistance. OPCs can raise funds through equity or debt and have the option to issue shares to investors.

Tax Advantages

OPCs enjoy certain tax benefits. They are eligible for tax deductions, exemptions, and benefits available to other types of companies. OPCs are taxed at the corporate tax rate, which may be lower than individual tax rates, resulting in potential tax savings.

Minimal Compliance Requirements

Compared to other types of companies, OPCs have relatively fewer compliance requirements. They are exempted from certain statutory obligations applicable to other companies, such as holding annual general meetings (AGMs) with shareholders.

Easy Conversion

As an OPC grows, it can be converted into a private limited company, which offers additional benefits such as the ability to have more shareholders and increased capital. The conversion process is straightforward and provides flexibility for future expansion.


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  Registration Process 



Any Indian citizen and resident can register an OPC. However, a person cannot incorporate more than one OPC or be a nominee for more than one OPC.
There is no minimum capital requirement for OPC registration. It can be registered with any amount of authorized share capital.
No, an OPC can have only one director. However, it can appoint a nominee who will take charge in case of the director's death or incapacity.
Yes, every OPC must nominate a person who will become the member of the company in case of the director's death or incapacity. The nominee's consent is required for the nomination.
Yes, an OPC can be converted into a private limited company if it meets the eligibility criteria. The conversion can be voluntary or mandatory based on certain thresholds specified by the Companies Act, 2013..
OPCs are exempted from statutory audit requirements if their turnover does not exceed Rs. 2 crore (approximately) in a financial year. However, if the turnover exceeds this limit or the OPC's paid-up capital exceeds Rs. 50 lakh (approximately), it must get its accounts audited..
OPCs have relatively fewer compliance requirements compared to other types of companies. They must file annual financial statements, annual returns, and income tax returns. They are also required to maintain proper books of accounts and comply with the applicable tax laws.
Yes, an OPC can have branches in multiple locations within India or even abroad. However, it must comply with the applicable laws, such as obtaining necessary approvals and licenses for conducting business in different locations.
No, an OPC cannot be converted into a sole proprietorship or partnership. It can only be converted into a private limited company if it meets the eligibility criteria.
The OPC registration process typically takes around 10 to 15 days, depending on the processing time of the Registrar of Companies (RoC) and the completeness of the submitted documents.

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