Special Drive to clear pendency of e-forms filed with RoCs prior to implementation of revised Regulation 17 of the Companies Regulation,1956

Posted: 13/07/2011 in Company

Special Drive to clear pendency of e-forms filed with Registrar of Companies prior to implementation of revised Regulation 17 of the Companies Regulation,1956.

Circular No. 40/2011, F.No. MCA21/25/2009-Part file-1, dated 23-06-2011

It is noticed that a large number of e-forms filed by the companies with the ROCs prior to implementation of revised regulation 17 of the Companies Regulation, 1956 (i.e. 15-2-2009) are still pending in folders like RESUB, PUCL etc. for want of action on the part of stakeholders. Unless the companies respond to this, ROC’s are unable to process the said forms.

2. As per the existing process, the companies have to resubmit or furnish their clarification in Form 67 within the stipulated period of 30 days failing which such forms, filed prior to 15-2-2009, will lie pending in MCA21.

3. In order to reduce the pendency of such e-forms, Ministry has decided to reopen all such pending forms and the same have been placed in the category “Held in Abeyance” (HIAB) so that ROCs can review the same. Therefore, all ROCs are hereby advised to review such pending work items with them and dispose it by 7th July, 2011.

4. This is the last opportunity provided by the Ministry to clear the pendency.

5. All the stakeholders are also requested to track the work items in MCA21 Portal and contact the concerned ROCs to help them clear the pendency.

Click to download above Circular- Circular No. 40/2011, dated 23.06.2011.

Source: Ministry of Corporate Affairs

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