RUNNING A COMPANY IN PAKISTAN

To run your company in Pakistan or to keep your company live in Pakistan, the management of the company need to file certain returns to Corporate Registry in Pakistan. a brief details of some important statutory returns / Forms is as under;SECP Annual Compliance Notice 2017

 

Run a Company in Pakistan

Run a Company in Pakistan

ANNUAL RETURNS  (Form A or Form B)

Every company is required to file Form A/B and Form 29 once in a year. Annual return on Form A/B is required to be filed by the companies, in terms of Section-156 of the Ordinance. It is a snapshot of general information about a Company giving details of its chief executive, directors, chief accountant, secretary, legal adviser and auditors, registered office address, shareholders and share capital.

  • A company having a share capital files annual return on Form-A
  • A company not having a share capital files annual return on Form-B

FORM 29

Run a Company in Pakistan

Run a Company in Pakistan

 

In terms of Section-205 of the Ordinance, Form 29 is used to report:-

  • Appointment of officers of the company i.e. director, chief executive, managing agent, secretary, chief accountant; auditors and legal advisor.
  • Ceasing of officers of the company (resignation, removal, death etc.).
  • Any change in particulars/details of officers of the company, for example, a change of name or new residential address.

Every year all the companies have to file Form A/B along with Form 29 in a prescribed format for any of the above mentioned change therein.

 

 

ANNUAL AUDITED ACCOUNTS

1. Companies are required to file Annual Audited Accounts:

Following companies are required to file annual audited accounts with Registrar:

  • All public companies (including associations not for profit and companies Limited by guarantees); and
  • Private companies having share capital of Rs. 7.5 Million or more.

2. Filing of Annual Audited Accounts:

Run a company in Pakistan

Run a company in Pakistan

In terms of Section-242 of the Companies Ordinance,1984 (the “Ordinance”), every listed company is required to file with the Registrar at least three copies of annual audited accounts duly signed/authenticated, whereas in case of other companies, at least two copies, within 30 days from the date of Annual General Meeting. Moreover, in terms of Section-233 of the Ordinance, every listed company is required to file 5 copies of annual audited accounts with the Registrar and the Commission at least 21 days before Annual General Meeting.

3. Authentication/signing of the annual accounts:

The annual accounts are required to be approved by the directors and signed by the chief executive and at least one director. Where the chief executive is for the time being not present in Pakistan, then the balance-sheet and profit and loss account or income and expenditure account of the company should be signed by at least two directors present for the time being in Pakistan.

4. Director’s duty to lay Accounts:

Annual audited Accounts must be approved from the directors (required under Section 196 of the Ordinance) and then laid before the Annual General Meeting (AGM) within four months of closing of accounts. (Section 233)

5. Printing of Accounts:

Sufficient copies of annual accounts with notice, directions and auditors, reports etc. are required to be printed by the listed companies and are required to be circulated to the members, Commission, Stock Exchange and the Registrar.

6. Time for laying the Accounts

First Annual Accounts:

First annual accounts are to be laid in first Annual General Meeting required to be held in first eighteen months after the incorporation of the company but within four months of closing of accounts.

Subsequent Annual Accounts: 

Subsequent annual accounts are laid once in AGM, required to be held  in each calendar year.,

Extension in period of laying the Accounts: 

The Commission, in the case of a listed company, and the registrar in any other case can extend the period for one month on application of the Company giving special reason.

7. Period of Annual Accounts:

The period of accounts should not exceed twelve months.

8. Permission to prepare Annual accounts for period Exceeding Twelve Months:

The  registrar,, can permit preparation of the annual accounts for period exceeding twelve months under special circumstances and on application filed by the Company.

9. Application for seeking permission to prepare Annual Accounts for period Exceeding Twelve Months:

The following particulars are required:

  • The registration number, name and address of company.
  • Existing financial year for which the balance sheets profit and loss account and the other statements and reports relating to accounts where laid in annual general meeting.
  • Proposed financial year for which the balance sheet and profit and loss account and other statements and reports relating to accounts are required.
  • Reasons for seeking the permission to prepare the annual accounts for the period exceeding twelve months and evidence to this effect.
  • Application is accompanied by a copy of the last audited balance sheet and profit and loss account.
  • Challan regarding application fee of requisite amount as per sixth schedule/and affidavit affirming the contents of the application to be true is enclosed with the application.
  • Application is filed in duplicate and incase application is sent to the Commission or Registrar, a copy of the application is also sent to the Company Registration Office.

10. Audit of Annual Accounts:

The balance sheet and the profit and loss accounts and income and expenditure account are audited by the statutory auditor of the company and auditor’s report is to be attached with the annual accounts.(Section 233)

11. Annual accounts be kept at registered office : 

A copy of the annual accounts is also kept at the registered office of the company for the inspection of the members of the company during the period of at least 21 days before AGM.

12. Auditors Report: 

The auditors are required to give their report as per the format provided in Form 35A and Form 35 B given in Companies (General Provisions & Forms) Rules 1985

13. Penalty for non-filing of accounts (Section 242):

If a company fails to deliver accounts on time then the company and every officer of the company who is knowingly and willfully in default shall be liable. In case of default relates to a listed company, to a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees and to a further fine which may extend to two hundred rupees for everyday after the first during which the default continues; and (b) if the default relates to any other company to a fine which may extend to Rupees two thousand and to a further fine which may extend to Rupees 50 for every day after the first during which the default continues.

QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS

Section 245 of the Ordinance sets out the provisions relating to transmission of quarterly accounts by listed companies.

1. Filing of Quarterly Accounts:

In term of Section-245 of the Ordinance, every listed company is required to file 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter accounts within one month of end of the quarter.

2. Authentication/signing of the quaterly accounts:

The quarterly accounts are required to be approved by the directors and signed by the chief executive and at least one director. Where the chief executive is for the time being not present in Pakistan, then the balance-sheet and profit and loss account or income and expenditure account of the company should be signed by at least two directors present for the time being in Pakistan.

3. Director’s duty to lay Accounts:

Quarterly Accounts must be may be approved from the directors.

4. Printing of Accounts: 

Sufficient copies of quarterly accounts not being less than three as may be prescribed, whether audited or otherwise, are required to be printed by the listed companies and circulated to the members, stock exchange in which the shares of the company are listed, Commission and Registrar. (Section 245)

5. Audit Review of Quarterly accounts:

The cumulative figures for the half-year, presented in the second quarter accounts are subject to a limited scope review by the statutory auditors. Such a review is not required for the first and third quarter accounts. (Commission’s Circular 16 dated December 11, 2002). 

6. Penalty for non-filing of quarterly accounts (Section 245):

If a company fails to deliver its quarterly accounts on time then every director, including chief executive and chief accountant of the company who has knowingly by his act or omission caused such default would be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand rupees and to a further fine of one thousand rupees for every day during which the default continues.

Schedule of Filing of Statutory Returns

1. Statutory Returns prescribed under the Companies Ordinance, 1984

Name of Form Relevant Provision of Companies Ordinance, 1984. Description Filing time To be Filed with Applicable on Filing Fees in Rupees
Form A/B 156, 3rd Schedule Form A: Annual return of company having share capitalForm B: Annual return of company not having share capital If AGM is held, in any year then:Within 45 days from the date of Annual General MeetingWithin 30 days from the date of Annual General MeetingIf AGM is not held, in any year then:

 

within: 45 days from the 31st December of that year

 

Within 30 days from the 31st December of that year

Registrar concerned In case of listed companyIn case of any other company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In case of listed company

 

 

In case of any other company

As per Schedule Annexed
Annual Accounts 233 

 

 

 

 

 

 

242

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Audited Accounts     5 copies at least 21 days before Annual General Meeting 

 

 

At least 3 copies within 30 days of Annual General Meeting

 

 

 

At least 2 copies within 30 days of Annual General Meeting

 

 

Registrar concerned and Commission 

 

 

Registrar Concerned

 

 

 

 

 

Registrar Concerned

In case of Listed company 

 

 

 

In case of Listed company

 

 

 

 

In case of public companies (including association not for profit and companies limited by guarantee)

and private companies having share capital of Rs. 7.5 million or more.

 

As per Schedule Annexed

2. Statutory Returns prescribed under the Companies (General Provisions and Forms) Rules, 1985

Name of Form Relevant Section of Companies Ordinance, 1984 or the Companies Rules 1985 Description Filing time To be Filed with Applicable on Filing Fees in Rupees
Form-1 30(2) Declaration of applicant for incorporation. At the time of registration of the Company Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-2 44 Application for conversion of a public limited company into private limited company. Upon conversion not later than 60 days of passing of special resolution Commission Public Company As per Schedule Annexed + application fee as follows:2500 (online)5000 (offline)
Form-3 73 (1) Return of allotments. Within 30 days of the date of allotment of shares Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-3A Rule 12B Return of transfer of shares Within 15 days from the date of transfer of sahres Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-3B 86(3) Offer of new shares to existing shareholders before making any allotment of shares. Before the circular is sent to shareholders. Registrar concerned Company having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-4 73 (2) Particulars of Oral contract relating to shares Within 30 days of the date of allotment of shares Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-5 82 (1)(c)(ii) Statement of the amount of rate percent of the commission payable in respect of shares /debentures and of the number of the shares/debentures for which persons have agreed to  subscribe for absolutely or conditionally Before paymentof thecommission Registrar concerned Public Unlisted companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-6 92/93 Notice of consolidation, division or sub-division of shares, specifying the shares so consolidated, divided or sub-divided or the cancellation of shares (otherwise than in connection with a reduction of share capital under section 96 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984. Within 15 days of the consolidation, division, sub division or cancellation of the shares. Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-7 92/94 Notice of increase in nominal share capital. Within 15 days after passing of resolution Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed + Registration Fee payable on amount equal to Increased Capital minus Fee paid on capital immediately before the increase, as applicable in themode of submission i.e. online or offline
Form-8 94 Notice of increase in number of members. Within 15 days after passing of resolution Registrar concerned Companies not having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-9 108 Notice of the Court’s Order disallowing/confirming the variations of the Rights of holders of special class of shares. Within 15 days of  the service of court order to the company Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-10 121, 129 & 463 Particulars of mortgages/charges Within 21 days of creation of charge/mortgage. Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-11 122 and 463 Particulars of Mortgage or Charge subject to which property has been acquired. Within 21 days of the acquisition of the property. Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-13 123, 124 and 463 Registration of entire series debentures/redeemable capital Within 21 days of the execution deed’s date. Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-14 123 and 463 Particulars of an issue of redeemable capital /debentures in a series when more than one issue in theseries is made Within 21 days of the execution deed’s date. Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-16 129(3) & 463 Particulars of modification of mortgage/charge Within 21 days of modification of charge/mortgage Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-17 132 & 463 Memorandum of complete satisfaction of mortgage/charge Within 21 days of satisfaction or payment Registrar concerned All types of companies 5,000 (online)7,500 (offline)
Form-18 137 and 464 Notice of appointment of receiver/ manager. Within 15 days of the receipt of Court’s Order or of the appointment. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-19 138 (1) and 464 Notice by receiver/ manager on ceasing to act as such. Within 15 days of ceasing to act as receiver. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-20 138 and 464 Receiver/ manager abstract of receipts and payments. Within 30 days after every half year. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-21 142 Situation of registered office or any change therein . Within 28 days from the date of incorporation or at any change. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-22 146 (1) (d) Declaration of compliance with conditions of Section 146 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984, before commencing business in case of a company issuing prospectus. At the time ofobtaining ofcertificate ofCommencement of business Registrar concerned Public company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-23 146 (1) (e) Declaration before commencingbusiness in case of a companyfilling Statement in lieu ofprospectus At the time ofobtaining ofcertificate ofCommencement of business Registrar concerned Public company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-24 154 Notice of rectification ofregister of members Within 15 days from receipt of court order. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-25 157 Statutory Report At least 21 days before holding of statutory meeting. Registrar concerned Public / Guarantee company having share capital As per Schedule Annexed
Form-26 172 Special Resolution Within 15 days from passing of special resolution. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-27 184 List of persons consenting to act as directors. Within 14 days from date of appointment or nomination. Registrar concerned Public Company& Private Company which is subsidiary of Public Company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-28 184 Consent of directors to act as directors/ Chief Executive Within 14 days from date of appointment or nomination of directors. Registrar concerned Public Company& Private Company which is subsidiary of Public Company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-29 205 Particulars of directors, chief executive, managing agent, secretary, chief accountant, auditors and legal advisor, and any change therein. Within 14 days from the date of incorporation or of the change. Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-30 208 Resolution passed by members pursuant to Section 208. Within 15 days of passing of the said resolution. Registrar concerned /Commission (For listed company) All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-31 222 Return containing particulars of beneficial ownership of listed securities Within 30 days of appointment or acquisition of beneficial ownership or listing of company on the stock exchange Commission and Registrar concerned Public Listed Company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-32 222 & 224 Return of change of Beneficialownership of Listed Securitiesand making of Gains Within 15 days of the change of Beneficial ownership. Commission and Registrar concerned Public Listed Company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-33 230(1) & 464 Notice of Address at whichBooks of Accounts areMaintained Within 7 days of the date of resolution of Board of Directors Registrar concerned All types of companies As per Schedule Annexed
Form-34 236 (2)(d) and 464 Pattern of shareholding. Within 30 days from the date ofAGM, as a part of annual audited accounts Registrar concerned /Commission (For listed company) Public company ora private companywhich is asubsidiary ofpublic company No fee as this Form is filed as a part of annual audited accounts
Form-35 251(2) Application for extension in period of payment of Dividend. Within 45 days from the date of declaration of the dividend for a listed company and within 30 days for other companies. Registrar concerned Companies having share capital As per Schedule Annexed+ application fee as follows:500 (online)1000 (offline)
Form-36 289 Notice to DissentingShareholders,whenever aTransfereecompany desiresto acquire sharesof any dissentingshareholders.

 

within 60 daysafter expiry of 120 days which were given for approval of transfer of shares Registrar concerned Transferee company As per Schedule Annexed
Form -37 289(5) Information to be furnished inrelation to any offer of a  Scheme or contract involvingthe Transfer of Shares or anyClass of shares in the Transferor company to theTransferee company Whenevercompany directorsrecommendacceptance Registrar concerned Transferor company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-38 451(1)(a) Documents (Charter /Statute / Memorandum and Articles, etc) Delivered for registration by a foreigncompany Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed + Registration fee as follows:25000 (online)50000 (offline)
Form-39 451(1)(b) & 452(b) Return showing address of theregistered or principal officeor of any change therein Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan or any change therein Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-40 451(1)(c) & 452(c) Return showing particulars ofDirectors, CEO and Secretaries or of any alteration therein Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan or any change therein Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-41 451(1)(d) & 452(d) Particulars of principal officer or any change therein. Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan or any change therein Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-42 451(1)(e) & 452(e) Particulars of person(s) resident in Pakistan authorized to accept service on behalf of the Foreign Company or of any change therein. Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan or any change therein Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-43 451(I) & 452(f) Address of principal place(s) of business inPakistan Within 30 days of establishment of place of business in Pakistan or any change therein Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-44 452(a) Return of alteration of charter, etc within 30 days of such alteration Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-45 453(a) List of places of business established in Pakistan and submission of accounts Within 45 daysfrom the date ofsubmission of the documents to the public authority ofthe country ofincorporation orwithin 6 months of the date uptowhich the relevant accounts are made up, which ever is earlier.  Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed
Form-46 458 Notice by a Foreign Company on Ceasing tohave any place of businessin Pakistan at least 30 daysbefore it intends to cease to have any place of business in Pakistan Registrar concerned Foreign company As per Schedule Annexed

 

3. Statutory Returns prescribed under Single Member Companies Rules, 2003 (SMC Rules)

Name of Form Relevant Rule of SMC Rules Description Filing time To Be Filed with Applicable on Fees in Rupees
Form-S1 3 and 9(5) Subscriber of single member company is required to file Form-S1 indicating at least two individuals to act as nominee director and alternate nominee director in the event of his death. Where the membership of a single member company is transferred to a new member, the new member of company is required to file Form-S1 indicating at least two individuals to act as nominee director and alternate nominee director in the event of his death. At the time of incorporation and within 15 days from transfer of shares to new member. Registrar concerned Single Member Company (SMC) As per Schedule Annexed
Form-S2 4(2) Change in the status of single member company to private company is notified on Form-S2. Within sixty days from the date of passing of special resolution. Registrar concerned SMC As per Schedule Annexed
Form-S3 7(2)(b) Nominee director shall notify death of the single member and provide particulars of the legal heirs on prescribed Form-S3. Within 7 days of the death of the singlememberin the form as setout in Form S3 Registrar concerned SMC As per Schedule Annexed
Form-S4 9(2) Application required to be made by private company if it wants to convert its status to single member company. not later than 30 days from the date on which the special resolution forchange of status to single member company was passed. Commission SMC As per Schedule Annexed+ Application fee as follows:2500 (online)5000 (offline)
Form-S5 9(5) Conversion of status of  private company to Single Member Company. N.A. Registrar concerned SMC As per Schedule Annexed
 Form-S8 11 Articles of Association of Single Member Company. At the time of incorporation of single member company. Registrar concerned SMC As per Schedule Annexed

 

Changes in Company

Change in Company

Change in Company

During the course of operations, a company may requires / needs some changes. These changes may include;

  • Alteration in articles of association
  • Alteration in obect clause memorandum of association
    Change in Company

    Change in Company

  • Change in company management
  • Change in registered office address within province
  • Change in registered office adress between provinces
  • Change of name process
  • Conversion from private to public
  • Conversion from public to private
  • Conversion of company status private to SMC
  • Conversion of company status SMC to PVT
  • Increase in authorized capital
  • Increase in paid up capital process
  • Modification of charge
  • Registration of charge
  • Satisfaction of charge

CLOSING A COMPANY

Closing & Windingup a Company

Closing & Windingup a Company

OPTION ‘A’ : Company Easy Exit:

STEP 1: Eligibility Filtering

All the private and public unlisted companies including associations not for profit licensed under section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984, can file application for striking their name off the register of companies under Companies (Easy Exit Regulations), 2014, except the following;

  1. subsidiaries of listed companies;
  2. foreign companies;
  3. trade organizations licensed under the Trade Organization Act, 2013, (II of 2013);
  4. companies which have liabilities outstanding in relation to any loan obtained from the banks or financial institutions, taxes, utility charges, or any obligations towards government departments or private parties;
  5. companies against which investigations, enquiries or inspections are either pending or are in the process of initiation or any matter under prosecution or pending before the court or any other competent authority;
  6. companies having dispute regarding management or shareholding;
  7. companies found involved in illegalities or fraudulent activities;
  8. housing and real estate development or real estate marketing companies; and
  9. companies involved in soliciting public deposits and repayment thereof or delivery of promised goods or services there against is yet not completed.

STEP 2: Filing of Application

Following documents/Forms shall be filed with the concerned registrar of companies, while applying for striking off name of company.

  1. Application for striking off Company’s name (Form EE-I)
  2. Members’ Resolution (Form EE-II)
  3. Declaration/Indemnity (Form EE-III)
  4. Auditors’ Certificate (Form EE-IV)

STEP 3: Payment of fee

Following application fee as prescribed under Sixth Schedule to the Companies Ordinance, 1984, shall be paid by the applicant company.

  1. For online submission    5,000/-
  2. For manual submission 10,000

Generate fee challan for manual submission only (Fee challan)

OPTION ‘B’ : Company Winding up Procedure in Pakistan:

Closing & Winding up a Company in Pakistan

Closing & Winding up a Company in Pakistan

The term ‘winding up’ of a company may be defined as the proceedings by which a company is dissolved (i.e. the life of a company is put to an end). Thus, the winding up is the process of putting an end to the life of the company. And during this process, the assets of the company are disposed of, the debts of the company are paid off out of the realized assets or from the contributors and if any surplus is left, it is distributed among the members in proportion to their shareholding in the company. The winding up of the company is also called the ‘liquidation’ of the company. The process of winding up begins after the Court passes the order for winding up or a resolution is passed for voluntary winding up. The company is dissolved after completion of the winding up proceedings. On the dissolution, the company ceases to exist. So, the legal procedure by which the existence of an incorporated company is brought to an end is known as winding up.

Closing & Winding up a Company in Pakistan

Closing & Winding up a Company in Pakistan

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Schedule of Fees has bee compiled under section 466 and 470 of Companies Ordinance, 1984. It is also known as TABLE OF FEES TO BE PAID TO THE REGISTRAR AND THE COMMISSION (SECP).

CLICK HERE to view the said fee Schedule for company registration and after company registration matters in Pakistan.

SECP FORMS / SECP RETURNS

Private Limited company, Single Member Private Limited company, Listed Public Limited company, Unlisted Public Limited company, Non-Profit Organization (NPO / NGO) registered under Section 42 of Company Ordinance, Foreign Companies, and others who are registered in SECP are required to file and get recorded various SECP form / SECP Returns.

A brief description of SECP statutory returns / mandatory returns, SECP forms for companies registered under the companies ordinance 1984 is being presented below.  A number of SECP returns / forms which companies have to file compulsory. Synergy Business Consulting is proud to provide brief information to you regarding important returns / forms as under;

Form A/B

Form A: Annual return of company having share capital

Form B: Annual return of company not having share capital

Form A / B must submit annually on a prescribed format.

Form 29

Particulars of  CEO, Directors, Company Secretary, Auditor, Legal Advisor and other company officers.

Form 29 must submit annually on a prescribed format as well as during a year if there is any change in CEO/Director, Appointment of CEO, Auditor, Legal advisor, or resignation of any officers or change in any particular of directors.

Annual Audited Accounts

It is mandatory to submit copies of annual audited financial accounts to SECP

Form 2

Application for conversion of a public limited company into private limited company

Form 3

Allotment of shares

Form 4

Particulars of Oral contract relating to shares

Form 5

Statement of the amount of rate percent of the commission payable in respect of shares

Form 6

Notice of consolidation, division or sub-division of shares

Form 7

Notice of increase in nominal share capital.

Form 8

Notice of increase in number of members

Form 9

Notice of the Court’s Order disallowing/confirming the variations of the Rights of holders of special class of shares.

Form 10

Particulars of mortgages/charges

Form 11

Particulars of Mortgage or Charge subject to which property has been acquired.

Form 13

Registration of entire series debentures/redeemable capital

Form 14

Particulars of an issue of redeemable capital /debentures in a series when more than one issue in the series is made

Form 16

Particulars of modification of mortgage/charge

Form 17

Memorandum of complete satisfaction of mortgage/charge

Form 18

Notice of appointment of receiver/ manager.

Form 19

Notice by receiver/ manager on ceasing to act as such

Form 20

Receiver/ manager abstract of receipts and payments.

Form 21

If there is any change in companies registered address, Form 21 must submit.

Form 22

Declaration of compliance with conditions of Section 146 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984, At the time of obtaining of certificate of Commencement of business

Form 23

Declaration before commencing business in case of a company filling Statement in lieu of prospectus, At the time of obtaining of certificate of Commencement of business

Form 24

Notice of rectification of register of members

Form 25

Statutory Report

Form 26

Special Resolution

Form 27

List of persons consenting to act as directors.

Form 28

Consent of directors to act as directors/ Chief Executive

Form 29

Particulars of directors, chief executive, managing agent, secretary, chief accountant, auditors and legal advisor, and any change therein.

Form 30

Resolution passed by members pursuant to Section 208.

Form 31

Return containing particulars of beneficial ownership of listed securities

Form 32

Return of change of beneficial ownership of Listed Securities and making of Gains

Form 33

Notice of Address at which books of accounts are maintained

Form 34

Pattern of shareholding

Form 35

Application for extension in period of payment of Dividend.

Form 36

Notice to Dissenting shareholders, whenever a transferee company desires

Form 37

Information to be furnished in relation to any offer of a Scheme or contract involving the Transfer of Shares

Form 38

Documents (Charter / Statute / Memorandum and Articles, etc) Delivered for  registration by a foreign company

Form 39

Return showing address of the registered or principal office or of any change therein

Form 40

Return showing particulars of Directors, CEO and Secretaries or of any alteration therein

Form 41

Particulars of principal officer or any change therein.

Form 42

Particulars of person(s) resident in Pakistan authorized to accept service on behalf of the Foreign Company or of any change therein.

Form 43

Address of principal place(s) of business in Pakistan

Form 44

Return of alteration of charter, etc

Form 45

List of places of business established in Pakistan and submission of accounts

Form 46

Notice by a Foreign Company on ceasing to have any place of business in Pakistan

Form S 1

Subscriber of single member company is required to file Form-S1 indicating at least two individuals

Form S 2

Change in the status of single member company to private company is notified on Form-S2.

Form S 3

Nominee director shall notify death of the single member and provide particulars of the legal heirs on prescribed Form-S3.

Form S 4

Application required to be made by private company if it wants to convert its status to single Member Company.

Form S 5

Conversion of status of private company to Single Member Company.

Form S 8

Articles of Association of Single Member Company.

The above mentioned forms can be filed by companies through online eservices facility. If a company want to file this in offline, these forms can be download directly from secp website from this link.  https://www.secp.gov.pk/company-formation/formsapplications-schedule-of-filling-of-returns/statutory-forms/.