One Person Company (OPC)

A company incorporated by a single person can be termed as a One-Person Company (OPC). With lesser compliance requirements as compared to a private company, an OPC can be formed with just one director and one member as a part of it where the Director and the member can be the same person as well. Therefore, an OPC can be formed by a resident or an NRI who wishes to enjoy the features of a company and the advantages of a sole proprietorship.

One Person Company (OPC)

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Limited Liability Protection

An OPC obtains a separate legal entity status and offers protection to the single-member who has incorporated the company. The liability of the single-member is confined to his/her shares, and he/she is not directly liable for the loss of the company. Consequently, the creditors can take legal action on the OPC, ensuring complete safety for the listed member or director

Better Image & Credibility

In India, OPC is a private limited company, which is a popular and well-known business structure. Corporate Customers, Vendors, and Govt. Agencies prefer to deal with private limited companies instead of proprietorship firms.

Easy Funding & Loan Options

OPC is one of the easiest forms of corporate entities to manage. Very few ROC filing is to be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC). No need to conduct Annual General Meeting (AGM) and other regular compliances.

Helps for Testing of Business Model and Enables Funding

An OPC business helps entrepreneurs easily test their business model, and upon building a marketable product, they can push their ideas and set up to angel investors or venture capitalists for funding and easily convert their OPC into multi shareholder Private Limited company.

Complete Control with a Single Owner

Leading to fast decision-making and execution for a company’s benefit an OPC can function more swiftly. In addition, an OPC has the liberty to appoint as many as 15 directors for administrative functions, without giving any share to them

Easy to Sell OPC

An OPC is easy to sell, with very little documentation and cost involved as the rights and decisions lie in the hands of a single individual


Minimum 1 Shareholder
Minimum 1 Nominee
Minimum authorised share capital of Rs. 1 Lac
Minimum 1 Director
Only Indian residents can be a shareholder and nominee
DIN (Director Identification Number) For All Directors
The Director and shareholder can be the same person
Minimum 1 Director must be an Indian resident
DSC (Digital Signature Certificate) for 1 Promoter and 1 Witness

One Person Company Cost Breakdown

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GST Registration (Optional)
Government Fees
Stamp Duty
Documents Notarization Cost
PAN and TAN Fees
Professional Fees
Goods & Service Tax
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The above-mentioned government fee has been calculated on a minimum contribution of Rs. 1,00,000
** Stamp duty may vary state to state

Documents Required for One Person Company


Scanned copy of PAN Card for all Directors along with Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License is mandatory

ID Proof

Scanned copy of PAN Card for all Directors along with Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License

Address Proof

Latest two months bank statement or utility bill in the name of Director


Latest passport size photograph

Registered Office Proof

No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner or latest two months utility bill Notarized rent agreement (if rented property) or registry proof or house tax receipt (if owned property)

What do you get

Everything to open a bank account and start your own business

Digital signature for one director to sign documents digitally

Memorandum of Association

Illustrates the rules and objective of the business

Articles of Association

Clarify the rules and objective of the business

Company PAN (soft copy)

PAN number for the company to open a bank account

Incorporation Certificate

Certificate of incorporation bearing company's registration number and details

Company TAN (soft copy)

TAN number of the company

GST Certificate

GSTIN number and certificate for your new business


Documents to submit as mentioned above are easy to gather. These include Photograph, PAN card and one address proof for the Director(s). Start your process right away, fill the FORM OPC

No, you do not require a commercial office space. You can show your own residential or rented home address as the registered office address. After OPC is incorporated, your office address can be changed at any time. Once your company is ready to move on to a corporate address you can change your registered office address simply by informing the ROC office.

ROC is a government entity with whom companies get registered. Every state has one ROC office except Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu– there are two ROC offices in the respective states.
  • Maharashtra: Companies are registered with Mumbai and Pune ROCs
  • Tamil Nadu– Companies are registered at Chennai and Coimbatore ROCs

No, we provide a completely online company incorporation process. All legal documentation and visits are done by our team.

No, once the company is formed, it will be valid until it is officially closed down by the owner(s). There is no renewal or fees involved. However, every year an OPC has to file basic returns with the ROC office.

Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number required for a person to become a director of a company. DIN is issued by the ROC office (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) and is similar to acquiring a PAN Card number. DIN is used in documents while appointing an individual as Director of the company.

Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) are digital equivalent/ electronic signatures. It is used for signing electronic forms, filed with ROC for incorporation of the company. Digital signatures cannot be used in physical documents.

MOA means Memorandum of Association and AOA means Articles of Association. These are the bylaws or rules based on which essential matters like the main business of the company or meetings are decided. These are standard legal documents prepared by Company Secretaries during the registration of the company

Yes, the company office address can be changed anytime after incorporation.

Capital means investment made by the shareholder into OPC. The authorised capital is an amount up to which a company can issue shares. This capital is mentioned during the incorporation of the company based on which ROC registration fees and stamp duty is paid. Paid-up capital is an actual investment that goes from the shareholder into the company’s bank account, against which a share certificate is issued by the company. There is no minimum compulsion for paid-up capital, it can be as low as Rs. 10,000

No, after the company is registered, you would need to open a company bank account and then anytime within two months of incorporation, capital can be deposited into the company bank account.

No, a private limited company is one of the modes of doing business, which means it can be started from scratch. For that matter, even after incorporating a private limited, there is no obligation that the company must have sales or turnover

There is no automatic applicability. Provident Fund (PF) or GST law applicability is the same for all types of businesses like a sole proprietorship, partnership firms and companies. These laws are applicable only after crossing certain threshold limits.
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