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Company Law Board (Fees on Applications and Petitions)

 

Sl. No.

Nature of application / petition

Section of the Act

Fees (in Rs.)

4[1]

For confirming alteration in memorandum of association as to change of place of the registered office from one State to another or with respect to objects of a company.

S. 17(2)

1000

4[2]

For extension of time for filing documents for registration of alteration.

S. 18(4)

100

4[3]

Application for revival of order made under section 17.

S. 19

100

4

Praying for relief from consequences of failure to complywith the conditions constituting it a private company.

S. 43

200

5

To direct the company to allow an immediate inspection of Register of Investments, if the inspection is refused.

S. 49(10)

100

6

To direct the company to make repayment of the matured deposits

1[S.58A (9) and S.45QA of the RBI Act, 1934]

50

2[6 A]

Intimation of default made by the company in repayment of small deposits or part thereof or any interest thereupon

S.58AA(I)

1000

7

To sanction issue of shares at a discount.

S. 79(2)

1000

8

To give consent to issue of further redeemable preference shares in lieu of irredeemable preference shares.

S. 80A(1) Proviso

1000

9

For rectification of Register of Members on any ground including refusal of registration of transfer/transmission of shares/debentures by the company.

S. 111

500

10

For extending the period for delivery of the certificates of debentures.

S. 113(1)

500

11

To correct the default in non-compliance of sub-section (1) of section 113 providing time-limit for issue of share/debenture certificates.

S. 113(3)

50

3[11 A]

Petition by the Debenture Trustee

S.117B(4)

1000

11 B.

To Direct the company to make repayment of matured debentures.

S.117C (4)

50

12

For furnishing copy of trust deed to person requiring it.

S. 118(3)

50

5[13]

For extension of time or condonation of delay in filing the particulars of a charge or modification of a charge or intimation of payment or satisfaction of a charge with the Registrar of Companies.

S. 141(1) and (3)

200

14

To direct inspection to copies of instrument creating charges or register of charges.

S. 144(4)

200

15

To direct inspection of registers and returns or to furnish the copies thereof to the person requiring it.

S. 163(6)

100

16

To direct or to call annual general meeting.

S. 167

500

17

For ordering calling of general meeting (other than annual general meeting)

S. 186

500

6[18.]

For order as to whether the Rights conferred are being abused to secure needless publicity for defamatory matter and to order company's costs to be paid in whole or in part by the requisitionists.

S. 188(5)

50

19

For passing order directing immediate inspection of minute books or directing a copy thereof be sent forthwith to person requiring it.

S. 196(4)

50

20

To pass an order directing that a copy of balance sheet and auditor's report demanded by furnished forthwith to person concerned.

S. 219(4)

50

21

To decide as to whether right of auditors to get their representation circulated and read out at meeting is being abused to secure needless publicity fordefamatory matter and to order company's costs on an application to be paid in whole or in part by retiring auditors.

S. 225(3)Proviso

500

22

To declare by an order that affairs of a company be investigated by inspector(s).

S. 235(2)

2500

22A.

To order investigations of the affairs of a company.

S. 237B

2500

22B.

To order investigations of the affairs of a company

S.247

 

23

Complaint by any person for finding out facts about certain shares.

S. 250

2500

24

To decide as to whether the right of a director to get his representation circulated and read out at meeting is being abused to secure needless publicity for defamatory matter and to order company's costs on application to be paid in whole or in part by such director.

S.284(4)Proviso

500

25

To pass an order directing immediate inspection of register maintained under section 303.

S. 304(2)(b)

500

26

To pass an order directing immediate inspection of register maintained under the section.

S. 307(9)

500

27

To exercise powers in connection with prevention of oppression and/or mismanagement.

Ss.397,398,400,401,402,403,404, 405.

5000

28

To grant leave for an appointment of managing director or manager whose agreement has been terminated or set aside provided notice has been served on Central Government.

S. 407(1)(b)

2500

29

To decide whether it is necessary to appoint Government directors on the Board of directors and to advise Central Government accordingly.

S. 408

2500

30

To prevent change in Board of Directors likely to affect company prejudicial

S. 409(1)

2500

31

To pass an order directing a company to make good the default from its failure to make returns, etc., to the Registrar of Companies.

S. 614(1)

500

32

To issue of direction for registration/ of the non-registration of Securities.

S.22A(4)(C)SecuritiesContracts Act.

500

33

For determination of any question of group, interconnection or same management in accordance with the provisions of section 2A of the Monopolies Act.

S. 2A of the Monopolies Act.

500

7[34]

Allowing any period other than April to March as financial year,

2(41) of the Companies Act,2013

5000

7[35]

Rectification of register of members

58 and 59 of the Companies Act,2013

500

7[36]

Directing the company to pay the sum due or for any loss or damage incurred as a result of such non-payment.

73(4) of the Companies Act, 2013 read with section 76

100

7[37]

Allow further time as considered reasonable to the company to repay the deposit.

74(21) of the Companies Act, 2013

5,00

 

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