Closing of a Company @ Rs 19999 (Professional fee)
    • Documentation as per the Companies Act 2013
    • E-forms filing with the Govt.
    • Get Company closure certificate
    • Time required: 3-4 Months
    • Dedicate account manager
    • 100% Online Process


Business owners may want to strike off the company for a wide variety of reasons. However, there is a set procedure that needs to be followed for the closing of the company. When the company fails to commence its business within one year of incorporation or the company is not carrying on any business or operation for a period of two immediately preceding financial years and has not made any application within such period for obtaining the status of a dormant company, may after extinguishing all its liabilities apply for striking off the name of the Company from the register subject to the consent of seventy-five percent members in terms of paid-up share capital through a special resolution.

Closure of the company may become necessary since not doing so will force you to adhere to all the compliances even though you may not have a functional company in place. If the Compliances are not done, the company shall be marked as non-compliant Company and the penalty or late filing fees shall keep on increasing with the delay in Compliance and later when you think of closing down the company, you will have to first complete all the filings and pay all the penalties accumulated as on the date of filing. So, it’s always best to immediately close down the company if there is no business or no future plans for business and therefore if you fall under any of the allowed criteria to file for strike off of the private company, you can avail of our easy and affordable packages.

Features of Closing A Private Company

Easy and Convenient

The Companies Act provides a convenient and easy way to close Company and avoid the requirement to wait for closure window.


closing of company will ensure you save financial resources otherwise utilized on filing, audits, etc.


Closing down a company not having any business is always best to save your time and attention in its unwanted mandatory compliances and filings.

Avoid Penalties

Even if your company is not operational, you will have to adhere to the compliance and face penalties on failure to do so. closure of the company will free you from such compliances.


    • In the previous three months, the company has not engaged in any other activity except the one which is necessary or expedient for the purpose of making an application for strike off as a statutory requirement;
    • In the previous three months, the company has not disposed of any value of property or rights held by it, immediately before cesser of trade or otherwise carrying on of the business, for the purpose of disposal for gain in the normal course of trading or otherwise carrying on of business;
    • In the previous three months, the company has not made an application to the Tribunal for the sanctioning of a compromise or arrangement and the matter or is not being wound up under Chapter XX of the Companies Act or under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016;
    • This process for strike off can be filed only by any active or dormant company except listed companies & the Companies registered under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 provided that all the eligibility criteria mentioned in the law are met. Filing of any other eForm shall not be allowed by a company for which work item of e-Form STK-2 is pending.
    • In the previous three months, the company has not changed its name or shifted its registered office from one state to another.
    • PAN card copy of all the Directors.
    • Aadhar card copy of all the Directors.
    • Address Proof of all the Directors (Utility Bill/Bank Statement/Mobile Bill not more than 2 months old)
    • Identity Proof of all the Directors (Voter ID/Passport/Driving Licence)


  • 1
    Arranging the Documents

    Arrange to provide the documents as per the checklist shared.

  • 2
    Bank Closure

    Close the bank account if available and arrange to provide closure certificate.

  • 3

    Get NIL statement of accounts from Chartered Accountant and prepare documents as required to be attached for filing.

  • 4
    Filing of Form

    Filing of Form MGT-14 & STK 2 with the Registrar of Companies within 30 days from the date of passing a special resolution for the closure of private limited company.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

No, under Companies Act there is no time limit for making an application under STK 2 for the closing of company.

Having satisfied the prerequisites of making an application for the closure of a private limited company, any active or dormant company except listed Companies and the companies registered under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 can apply for the closure of the company through form STK-2.

Yes, the relevant Form for strike off is required to be filed within 30 days from the date for which the NIL statement is provided by the Chartered Accountant.

At Provenience, our advice to our clients is always to follow the law to the dot. So, it is recommended and even mandatory to file all the pending ROC returns and discharge all the duties before making an application for closing down the company in form STK-2

If all the directors of the company have been disqualified, an EGM can be called to appoint a new director and the application shall be made to the ROC with respect to such appointment.

Yes, the digital signature of at least one director will be required as the application needs be filed in the electronic format.

A company can be closed if 75% of shareholders are in favour of the decision. However, a company cannot be closed by filing the standard STK-2 if the dissenting person has more than 25% stake in the company. Under such a condition, an application may have to be filed before NCLT under IBC 2016.

When a company is struck-off, it is no longer allowed to trade or sell assets, and conduct any business activity.

The Total cost of closing a Pvt Ltd Company comprises of Govt Fees, Stamp duty and Professional Fees. Please connect with the team for bufurcation

The process of closing the company has been detailed above, please refer to the PROCESS above.