ROC Compliance




What is ROC Compliance?



ROC stands for Registrar of Companies which is an office under the Indian Ministry of corporate affairs that deal with the administration of the Companies Act, 2013. ROC has been appointed under section 609 of the companies act covering the various States and Union Territories are vested with the primary duty of registering companies and LLPs floating in the respective states and the Union Territories and ensuring that such companies and LLPs comply with statutory requirements under the act. The office of ROC functions as registry records, related to the companies registered with them, which are available for inspection by members of public on payment of the prescribed fee. Moreover, there are currently 22 Registrars of companies (ROC) operating from offices in all major states of India.


Besides, the central government exercises administrative control over these offices through the respective Regional Directors. It is important to comply with all compliances applicable to your company to avoid penalties and fines.


Our Legal Raasta team will guide you through all these compliances required to be completed since the incorporation. You can get your ROC Compliance for Private Limited Companies done through Legal Raasta.


Documents required with the ROC every year


Form MGT-7- Annual Return


  • Registered office details of the company, particulars of its holdings, principal business activities and associate companies
  • Debentures, share and other securities and shareholding pattern
  • Indebtedness
  • Debenture holders and members along with changes
  • Directors, Promoters, key managerial personnel along with changes
  • Members meeting
  • Director’s remuneration and key managerial personnel;
  • Punishment or penalty imposed on the company.
  • Certification of compliances matters
  • A pattern of the shareholding of the company and such other matters as required in the form

  • Form AOC-4 – Financial Statements & Other Documents


    Mostly all companies file its financial statements and relevant attachments using Form AOC-4 each year. If the financial statements of the company are not adopted in an Annual General Meeting then un-adopted financial statements should be filed within 30 days of the date of AGM.


    On the other hand, if the financial statements are adopted by the company then the adopted financial statements must be filed within 30 days of the AGM. Apart from this, if the company needs to revise the financial statement or Board’s report then revised financial statements can also be filed using form AOC-4.




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