Memorandum of association is the charter of the company and defines the scope of its activities. Memorandum of association defines the relation of the company with the rights of the members of the company interest and also establishes the relationship of the company with the members. Company can alter its object clause by way of addition, deletion, modification, substitution, or in any other way.

The Memorandum of Association (MOA) of a company has object clauses that determine the purpose and range of activities of a company. After incorporation of a company, it may want to change object clause. This requires alteration in the MOA of the company and section 13 of the Companies Act 2013 covers the same. Ever clause on the MOA can be altered (with the exception of capital clause which requires an ordinary resolution to be passed) by passing a special resolution as mentioned in section 13. We cover the basic process to change the object clause of MOA of a company as per Companies Act 2013.

Our well experienced staff members can take up your MOA / AOA Change related legalities from start to finish in a very professional manner, and make the whole process as comfortable as a breeze for you. Furthermore, if you have any queries pertaining to the process in general or related to your business in particular, our executives can respond to them proficiently. So what are you waiting for? Just give us a call, or fill up our contact form, and our executives will gladly assist you further.

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