Suo-moto granting of extension by ROCs to hold AGM for FY 2019-20

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  1. says:

    Quite insightful submit. Never thought that it was this simple after all. I had spent a beneficial deal of my time looking for someone to explain this subject clearly and you’re the only one that ever did that. Kudos to you! Keep it up


    The annual eforms Eform AOC4 and MGT7 requires 3 dates to be mentioned with respect to AGM(not first AGM).

    1. Actual date of AGM
    2.Due date of AGM
    3.If extension granted: Yes/No. If yes, then extended due date to be mentioned.


    In light of orders passed by ROCs with respect to extension of AGM by 3 months under third proviso to Sec 96(1) of CA 2013 in general for all companies without having to separately apply for extension,

    What will be the due date under point no 2 above?. The date ought to have been as per Sec 96(1) which happens to be 30.09.2020 or the extended date as per ROC’s order?
    Do we choose Yes or No in view of ROC’s order if the company’s actual date of AGM is beyond 30.09.2020. If Yes, what shall be the date under point no 3?
    Further would like to highlight the fact that Eform MGT7 seeks SRN of challan with respect to application to ROC for extension of AGM.
    So seeking clarification if we need to type Z99999999 in case of the general order passed by respective ROCs for extension for FY 2019-20 when the companies have not applied for.




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