One person company:
One person company is a new initiative in India which has been established by the companies act 2013. In the old Companies act 1956 a minimum of two directors and shareholders were essential to form a private limited company. However in case of a One person company, only 1 person is required who can be a shareholder as well as the Director. Hence the name, One Person Company.
The concept opens up amazing possibilities for single proprietors and entrepreneur who can take the reward of Limited liability and corporatization but were held back in doing so because of the necessities of finding a second director or second shareholder.
What is meant by limited liability
The major difference between a single proprietor and a One Person Company would be that in case of a One Person Company, your liability in case the business fails, is restricted to only the business resources. In case of a proprietorship, the liability is unrestricted and the creditors of your business can even take hold of your home and personal property like your house, personal bank accounts, jewelers etc which can be used to settle the business liabilities.
Private Limited Company
Private Limited Company is the most popular form of business entity in India.
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Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is one of the popular legal structure for businesses in India
One Person Company
OPC was recently introduced through the Companies Act, 2013
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allows to sell shares to investors this is advantageous in raising capital.
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is a business that is owned and managed by a single person
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