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Actions by ROCs
Penalty imposed  
Prosecution filed  
Prosecution under Section 187C(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 100 on the company and every concerned person for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 22(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.1,000 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 22(5) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 22(5)  
Prosecution under Section 43A(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 58A of Companies Act: Penalty under Section 58A  
Prosecution under Section 58A(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto twice the amount of deposit not repaid on the company and imprisonment of upto 5 years and also fine on every concerned officer  
Prosecution under Section 58A(6) of Companies Act: In case of acceptance of deposit of Companies Act: fine for an amount equal to the amount of deposit so accepted in case of invitation of any deposit of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 10,00,000 but not less than Rs. 50,000 and also imprisonment upto 5 years and fine on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 58A(10) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 3 years and fine of not less than Rs.500 per day on every concerned person for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 58A rule 11 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default, and additional fine of Rs. 50 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 62 of Companies Act: Compensation of loss to the investors  
Prosecution under Section 63(1) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 2 years or fine of upto Rs. 50,000, or both on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 68 of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 5 years or fine of upto Rs.1,00,000 or both on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 72 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 73(2) of Companies Act: Repayment of application money received after the expiry of eight days, with interest not less than 4% and not more than 15%, as may be prescribed, having regard to the length of the period of delay in making the repayment of such money, by the company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 73(2A) of Companies Act: Repayment of excess application money received after the expiry of eight days, with interest not less than 4% and not more than 15%, as may be prescribed, having regard to the length of the period of delay in making the repayment of such money, by the company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 73(2B) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs. 50,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and where repayment is not made within six months from the expiry of the eighth day, also with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year  
Prosecution under Section 75(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every concerned officer for every day during which the default continues and fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every officer or promoter whoever contravenes proviso to clause (a) of Section 75(1)  
Prosecution under Section 95(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 97(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 113 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues. also the clb may order the company and concerned officer to make good any default made under sub-section (1) and also to bear the costs incidental thereto  
Prosecution under Section 133(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.10,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 142 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 143(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5000 on every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 146(4) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 147 of Companies Act: For default under Section 147(2) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned officer for every day during which the default continues for default under Section 147(3) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company for default under Section 147(4) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 5,000 on any officer or person in default alongwith the personal liability towards the person aggrieved  
Prosecution under Section 147(2) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 147(3) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.5,000 on company  
Prosecution under Section 147(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on any officer or person in default alongwith personal liability towards persons aggrieved  
Prosecution under Section 149(2A) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 per day on every officer of the company  
Prosecution under Section 150(2) of Companies Act: Fine up to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company in default for every day during which default continues  
Prosecution under Section 151(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 154(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 162 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 163(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 165(9) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every concerned person of the company  
Prosecution under Section 168 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs. 50,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and further fine upto Rs. 2,500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 192(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 200 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 193(6) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 196(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the companywho is in default  
Prosecution under Section 205(3B) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 205(3B)  
Prosecution under Section 205(8) of Companies Act: Penalty under Section 205(8)  
Prosecution under Section 205A(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the failure continues  
Prosecution under Section 207 of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of directors upto 3 years and fine of Rs.1,000 for every day during which the default continues and company liable to pay interest of 18 per cent per annum during the period the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 209(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 209(7) of Companies Act: Imprisonment upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 209A(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 1 year and fine not less than Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 210(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(7) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months or fine which may extend to Rs.10,000, or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment upto 6 months or fine which may extend to Rs.10,000 or both on every person charged with the duty to see that the provisions of this Section are complied with  
Prosecution under Section 212(9) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 217(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.20,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 217(6) of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to 6 months, or fine which may extend to Rs. 20,000 or both on every concerned person who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 217(7) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 217(7)  
Prosecution under Section 218 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 219(3) of Companies Act: Fine up to Rs.5,000 on every officer of the company  
Prosecution under Section 220(3) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 220(3) read with Section 162 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 224(8) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 224(8)  
Prosecution under Section 232 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 233 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 10,000 on the auditor and any other person whosoever is concerned  
Prosecution under Section 233B(11) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.50,000 on the company and imprisonment of upto 3 years or fine upto Rs.50,000 or both on every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 234 of Companies Act: Petition rejected by the high court  
Prosecution under Section 234(4) (a) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on the company and every concerned person who is in default and Rs.500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 240(3) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 6 months or fine upto Rs. 20,000, or both on every concerned person and additional fine upto Rs. 2,000 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 269 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.50,000 on the company and of Rs.1,00,000 on every officer in default & refund to the company of entire amount received  
Prosecution under Section 269(6) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 for everyday during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 274(1)(G) of Companies Act: Penalty imposed u/s 274(1)(G)  
Prosecution under Section 283(2A) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every director who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 295(4) of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 299(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every director who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 300(4) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.50,000 on every director who knowingly contravenes this Section  
Prosecution under Section 301(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on company and every officer of company in default  
Prosecution under Section 303(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned offficer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 307(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on the company/and every officer of the company who is in default and also with a further fine upto Rs.200 for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 308(3) of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years or fine which may extend to Rs.50,000,OR both  
Prosecution under Section 371 of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 372(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned person and further fine of Rs. 50 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 372A(9) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 2 years or fine of upto Rs.50,000 on the company and every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 372A(10) of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.5,000 on the company and every concerned person and further fine of Rs. 500 per day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 374 of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.50,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 383A(1A) of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.500 on the company and every concerned person for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 420 of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to 6 month, or fine which may extend to Rs.10000  
Prosecution under Section 445(1) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.1,000 on petioner or company and every officer of company who is in default for each day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 560 of Companies Act: Name struck off from register by registrar of companies  
Prosecution under Section 614A(2) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 6 months or fine or both on every concerned officer or employee of the company  
Prosecution under Section 628 of Companies Act: Imprisonment for upto 2 years and also liable to fine  
Prosecution under Section 629 of Companies Act: Imprisonment for upto 7 years and also fine on every person who gives false evidence  
Prosecution under Section 629A of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and further fine of upto Rs. 500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
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Reasons for Action by ROCs
Defaulted in complying with provisions relating to auditor  
Did not enhance paid up capital up to prescribed limit within prescribed period by private company (Section 3(3))  
Non-enhancement of paid-up capital up to prescribed limit within prescribed period by a public company (Section 3(4))  
Subscribers to memorandum did not pay consideration for shares subscribed by them (Section 36)  
Did not adhere to provisions of memorandum & articles of association (Section 13(4))  
Alteration in registered office clause or objects clause of memorandum without confirmation of company law board (Section 17)  
Did not adhere to directives/instructions/guidelines given by central government to change the name of existing company (Section 22)  
Did not inform registrar about conversion of status of private company within prescribed time (Section 43A(2))  
Defaulted with respect to fixed deposits (Section 58A)  
Did not repay deposit in accordance with term & conditions of such deposit (Section 58A(3))  
Breached prescribed limits on invitation or acceptance of deposits in contravention of the rules (Section 58A(6))  
Did not adhere to order of company law board for repayment of deposits (Section 58A(9))  
Did not file return of deposits (Section 58A rule 11)  
Issued prospectus containing untrue statements (Section 62)  
Issued prospectus with misstatements (Section 63)  
Fraudulently induced persons to invest money (Section 68)  
Alloted shares in contravention of the conditions prescribed under Section 72  
Defaulted in listing of shares and debentures on stock exchanges (Section 73)  
Failed to repay excess application money (Section 73(2A))  
Defaulted in filing returns with ROC with regard to allotments (Section 75)  
Did not adhere to provisions related to further issue of capital (Section 81(1))  
Did not furnish notice of consolidation of share capital, conversion of share into stock etc. to registrar (Section 95(1))  
Did not file notice of increase of share capital or of members (Section 97(1))  
Registration of transfer of shares etc. in contravention of provisions of Companies Act (Section 108)  
Did not deliver share/debenture certificates in case of issue/transfer of shares/debentures within prescribed time (Section 113(1))  
Did not file charge with registrar within prescribed time (Section 125(1))  
Delivered debenture/certificate of debenture stock without endorsement of certificates of registration (Section 133)  
Did not inform registrar about satisfaction of any charge (Section 138)  
Did not adhere to order of central government regarding filing of particulars of charge (Section 141)  
Defaulted in filing for registration the particulars of charge created/debt satisfied/debentures issued(Section 142)  
Defaulted in maintaining register of charges covering details of all charges & floating charges on property (Section 143(1))  
Defaulted in notification of registered office of company or of changes thereto (Section 146)  
Defaulted in publication of name by company outside its registered office (Section 147)  
Defaulted in publication of name by the company (Section 147(1))  
Defaulted in publication of name of company on various documents (Section 147(1)(C))  
Did not have name of the company engraved in legible characters on its common seal (Section 147(1)(B))  
Commenced business without complying with conditions prescribed under Companies Act (Section 149 (2A))  
Did not keep proper register of members (Section 150(1))  
Defaulted in keeping index of members (Section 151)  
Closure of register of members or debentureholders otherwise than in compliance with the provisions of (Section 154(1)  
Defaulted in filing annual returns (Section 159)  
Did not file annual return with registrar within prescribed time limit by company not having share capital (Section 160)  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding certificate to be annexed with annual return (Section 161)  
Defaulted in respect of place of keeping & inspection of registers & returns (Section 163)  
Did not adhere to provisions relating to statutory meeting (Section 165)  
Did not hold statutory meeting within time limit prescribed (Section 165(1))  
Defaulted in forwarding of statutory report before 21 days of the meeting (Section 165(2))  
Defaulted in certification of the statutory report by the directors or the auditors of the company (Section 165(4))  
Did not deliver certified copy of statutory report to the registrar (Section 165(5))  
Defaulted with reference to annual general meeting (Section 166)  
Failure to hold agm within prescribed time (Section 166(1))  
Did not call and hold annual general meeting in manner provided under Section 166(2)  
Defaulted in complying with directives/instructions/guidelines of the company law board for calling of annual general meeting (Section 167)  
Did not give at least 21 days notice for calling the general meeting of the company (Section 171)  
Did not give notice of general meeting to persons entitled to notice in specified manner (Section 172)  
Did not attach explanatory statement with the notice of meeting (Section 173)  
Convened agm without proper quorum (Section 174)  
Appointed chairman at shareholders meetings in contravention of Section 175  
Did not furnish declaration of person not holding beneficial interest (Section 187C)  
Did not to pass resolution in an adjourned meeting (Section 191)  
Did not register certain resolutions and agreements with the registrar (Section 192(1))  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding minutes of proceedings of general meetings, board meetings & other meetings (Section 193)  
Defaulted in maintaining minute books of general meeting containing minutes of proceedings of any general meeting of the company at registered office of the company (Section 196(1) (a))  
Did not transfer unpaid/unclaimed dividend to investor education and protection fund within prescribed time (Section 205C)  
Payment or declaration of dividend otherwise than out of profits (Section 205(1))  
Did not transfer unpaid dividend to unpaid dividend account (Section 205A)  
Declaration/payment of dividend by company without transferring prescribed percentage of profits to reserves (Section 205(2A))  
Did not distribute dividends within 30 days (Section 207)  
Defaulted in keeping books of account by the company (Section 209)  
Did not keep proper books of accounts at registered office of the company (Section 209(1))  
Did not produce for inspection books and papers, furnish information or explanations and provide assistance (Section 209A)  
Did not co-operate with the person making inspection of books of accounts and other documents of company (Section 209A(5))  
Did not produce for inspection books and papers, furnish information or explanations and provide assistance (Section 209A)  
Books of accounts not providing true and fair view of state of affairs of company and improperly maintained (Section 209(3) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not provide desirable assistance to inspecting authority (Section 209A(3))  
Did not maintain books of accounts on accrual basis and according to double entry system of accounting (Section 209(3)(B))  
Did not adhere to provisions Section 209(5)  
Defaulted with reference to annual accounts and balance sheet (Section 210)  
Did not provide balance sheet and profit & loss account at annual general meeting (Section 210(1))  
Did not lay income & expenditure account in its agm (Section 210(2))  
Defaulted in respect of the period for which the profit & loss account of the company relates (Section 210(3))  
Defaulted in form & contents of balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 211)  
Did not prepare balance sheet showing true & fair view (Section 211(1) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not prepare profit & loss account showing true & fair view (Section 211(2) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not adhere to accounting standards in preparation of annual accounts (Section 211(3A))  
Defaulted in giving details in notes or documents annexed to balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 211(6))  
Did not include certain particulars of its subsidiaries in balance sheet of the holding company (Section 212)  
Did not obtain exemption from central government regarding inclusion of certain particulars of subsidiaries in balance sheet of holding companies (Section 212(8))  
Improper authentication of balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 215 (1))  
Balance sheet and profit & loss account not approved by board of directors and/or signed as per provision of the Companies Act (Section 215)  
Did not approve annual accounts of company by board & directors before signing and submitting these to auditors (Section 215(3))  
Defaulted in report of board of directors (Section 217)  
Did not attach board's report along with balance sheet of the company (Section 217(1))  
Did not include any material changes occurred during financial year in board's report (Section 217(2))  
Did not include particulars of employees in board's report (Section 217(2A))  
Non-inclusion of directors’ responsibility statement in board’s report (Section 217(2AA))  
Did not provide fullest explanations and information upon any qualifications given by auditors in board's report (Section 217(3))  
Defaulted in signing of board’s report and any addendum thereto (Section 217(4))  
Did not take reasonable steps relating to board's report (Section 217(5))  
Improper issue, circulation or publication of balance sheet or profit & loss account (Section 218)  
Did not send balance sheet, profit & loss account, auditor's report etc to every member of the COMPANY,21 days before date of meeting (Section 219(1))  
Defaulted in filing of copies of balance sheet, etc. with the registrar (Section 220)  
Defaulted in relation to appointment and remuneration of auditors (Section 224)  
Defaulted in fixation of remuneration of auditors (Section 224(8))  
Non-fulfilment of duties by auditor (Section 227)  
Did not mention information on compliance of accounting standards by company in auditor's report (Section 227(3)(D))  
Did not include information on disqualified director in auditor's report (Section 227(3)(F))  
Did not include statement on maocaro in auditor's report (Section 227(4A))  
Did not adhere to provisions relating to audit of cost accounts of the company (Section 233B)  
Did not furnish information or explanations or production of books & papers (Section 234(1))  
Inadequate or non-furnishing of information to the registrar within specified time (Section 234(3A))  
Petition filed against central government's order for production of documents (Section 234(6))  
Did not produce documents and evidence before inspector (Section 240)  
Number of directors below minimum number specified (Section 252)  
Defaulted in appointment of directors and proportion of those who are to retire by rotation (Section 255)  
Did not file consent of the candidate for directorship with company and consent to act as director with the registrar (Section 264)  
Amended any of provision relating to managing, whole-time or non-rotational directors without taking central government's approval (Section 268)  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding appointment of managing or whole-time director or manager (Section 269)  
Did not appoint managing director/whole time director as required under Section 269(2)  
Did not adhere to clb order regarding disqualification of director (Section 274(1)(G))  
Accepted loan/guarantee/security for a loan by any director in contravention of SEC.295 (Section 283(1) (h))  
Did not hold board meeting at proper intervals (Section 285)  
Did not maintain requisite quorum in meeting of board of directors (Section 287)  
Exercised powers by board of directors,which is to be exercised by the company in general meeting (Section 291)  
Did not exercise general powers in accordance with provisions of Companies Act/any other applicable act/memorandum & articles of association etc. (Section 291(1))  
Exercised powers by board of directors,otherwise than at meetings by way of resolutions (Section 292)  
Did not exercise general powers in accordance with provisions of Companies Act/any other applicable act/memorandum & articles of association etc. (Section 292 (1) (c))  
Exercised powers by board of directors without consent of company in general meeting (Section 293)  
Provided loans to directors, etc without obtaining prior approval of the central government (Section 295(1))  
Did not obtain sanction of board of directors for certain contracts in which particular directors are interested (Section 297)  
Did not disclose interest in any contract by the director (Section 299)  
Participation in board meeting by interested director (Section 300)  
Did not maintain register of contracts, companies and firms in which directors are interested (Section 301)  
Did not keep register of directors or failed to file with the registrar, return of directors, managing director, manager and secretary (Section 303)  
Defaulted in maintaining register of directors, managing director, manager and secretary at registered of the company (Section 303(1))  
Non-filing of the returns of directors, managing directors, managers and secretaries with the registrar (Section 303(2))  
Defaulted in keeping register of director's shareholding etc. (Section 307)  
Did not include nature and extent of interest over any shares etc of any director in register of director's shareholdings, etc (Section 307(3))  
Defaulted in making disclosure of shareholding to company (Section 308(1))  
Remuneration of managing director/whole time director was not approved by central govt. or was not as per schedule 13 of Companies Act (Section 309(3))  
Held any office or place of profit under company or its subsidiary without passing of special resolution in next agm or within three months from date of such appointment (Section 314(1))  
Loans etc., to companies under the same management without passing of special resolution or prior approval of central government (Section 370(1))  
Defaulted in purchase by company of shares, etc., of other companies (Section 372)  
Defaulted in relation to inter-corporate loans & investments (Section 372A)  
Invested in shares of other companies in excess of prescribed limit (Section 372(2))  
Invested in shares of other companies in excess of prescribed limit without passing resolution in general meeting and without obtaining previous approval of central government (Section 372(4))  
Did not maintain register of inter-corporate loans & investments (Section 372A(5))  
Did not maintain register of investments (Section 372(8))  
Did not legalise investments made before commencement of the act within prescribed time limit (Section 373)  
Did not appoint whole-time secretary (Section 383A(1))  
Did not adhere to provisions applicable to provident fund of employees (Section 418)  
Defaulted in filing winding up order with registrar of companies (Section 445(1))  
Defaulted in payment of fees to ROC as per schedule x (Section 611)  
Defaulted in payment of fees to ROC and other officers in the manner specified (Section 612)  
Did not file document with ROC as directed by the court (Section 614A)  
Provided false statements in returns, report, certificate, balance sheet, prospectus, statement etc. (Section 628)  
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Actions by ROCs
Penalty imposed  
Prosecution filed  
Prosecution under Section 187C(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 100 on the company and every concerned person for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 22(5) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 22(5)  
Prosecution under Section 43A(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 58A of Companies Act: Penalty under Section 58A  
Prosecution under Section 58A(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto twice the amount of deposit not repaid on the company and imprisonment of upto 5 years and also fine on every concerned officer  
Prosecution under Section 58A(6) of Companies Act: In case of acceptance of deposit of Companies Act: fine for an amount equal to the amount of deposit so accepted in case of invitation of any deposit of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 10,00,000 but not less than Rs. 50,000 and also imprisonment upto 5 years and fine on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 58A(10) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 3 years and fine of not less than Rs.500 per day on every concerned person for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 58A rule 11 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default, and additional fine of Rs. 50 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 62 of Companies Act: Compensation of loss to the investors  
Prosecution under Section 63(1) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 2 years or fine of upto Rs. 50,000, or both on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 68 of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 5 years or fine of upto Rs.1,00,000 or both on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 72 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 73(2) of Companies Act: Repayment of application money received after the expiry of eight days, with interest not less than 4% and not more than 15%, as may be prescribed, having regard to the length of the period of delay in making the repayment of such money, by the company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 73(2A) of Companies Act: Repayment of excess application money received after the expiry of eight days, with interest not less than 4% and not more than 15%, as may be prescribed, having regard to the length of the period of delay in making the repayment of such money, by the company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 73(2B) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs. 50,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and where repayment is not made within six months from the expiry of the eighth day, also with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year  
Prosecution under Section 75(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every concerned officer for every day during which the default continues and fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every officer or promoter whoever contravenes proviso to clause (a) of Section 75(1)  
Prosecution under Section 97(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 113 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues. also the clb may order the company and concerned officer to make good any default made under sub-section (1) and also to bear the costs incidental thereto  
Prosecution under Section 133(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.10,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 142 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 143(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5000 on every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 146(4) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 147 of Companies Act: For default under Section 147(2) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned officer for every day during which the default continues for default under Section 147(3) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company for default under Section 147(4) of Companies Act: fine upto Rs. 5,000 on any officer or person in default alongwith the personal liability towards the person aggrieved  
Prosecution under Section 147(2) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 147(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on any officer or person in default alongwith personal liability towards persons aggrieved  
Prosecution under Section 149(2A) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 per day on every officer of the company  
Prosecution under Section 150(2) of Companies Act: Fine up to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company in default for every day during which default continues  
Prosecution under Section 151(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 154(2) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 162 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 163(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 165(9) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every concerned person of the company  
Prosecution under Section 168 of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs. 50,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and further fine upto Rs. 2,500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 192(5) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 200 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 193(6) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 196(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the companywho is in default  
Prosecution under Section 205(8) of Companies Act: Penalty under Section 205(8)  
Prosecution under Section 205A(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the failure continues  
Prosecution under Section 207 of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of directors upto 3 years and fine of Rs.1,000 for every day during which the default continues and company liable to pay interest of 18 per cent per annum during the period the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 209(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 209(7) of Companies Act: Imprisonment upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 209A(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 1 year and fine not less than Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 210(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(7) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months or fine which may extend to Rs.10,000, or both  
Prosecution under Section 211(8) of Companies Act: Imprisonment upto 6 months or fine which may extend to Rs.10,000 or both on every person charged with the duty to see that the provisions of this Section are complied with  
Prosecution under Section 212(9) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.10,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 217(5) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.20,000 or both  
Prosecution under Section 217(6) of Companies Act: Imprisonment for a term which may extend to 6 months, or fine which may extend to Rs. 20,000 or both on every concerned person who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 218 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 219(3) of Companies Act: Fine up to Rs.5,000 on every officer of the company  
Prosecution under Section 220(3) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.500 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 220(3) read with Section 162 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every officer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 224(8) of Companies Act: Penalty u/s 224(8)  
Prosecution under Section 232 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on company and every officer who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 233 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 10,000 on the auditor and any other person whosoever is concerned  
Prosecution under Section 233B(11) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.50,000 on the company and imprisonment of upto 3 years or fine upto Rs.50,000 or both on every officer of the company who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 234 of Companies Act: Petition rejected by the high court  
Prosecution under Section 234(4) (a) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on the company and every concerned person who is in default and Rs.500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 240(3) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 6 months or fine upto Rs. 20,000, or both on every concerned person and additional fine upto Rs. 2,000 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 269 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.50,000 on the company and of Rs.1,00,000 on every officer in default & refund to the company of entire amount received  
Prosecution under Section 269(6) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 for everyday during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 274(1)(G) of Companies Act: Penalty imposed u/s 274(1)(G)  
Prosecution under Section 283(2A) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 5,000 on every director who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 295(4) of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 299(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 50,000 on every director who is in default  
Prosecution under Section 300(4) of Companies Act: Fine which may extend to Rs.50,000 on every director who knowingly contravenes this Section  
Prosecution under Section 301(4) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on company and every officer of company in default  
Prosecution under Section 303(3) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned offficer who is in default for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 307(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.5,000 on the company/and every officer of the company who is in default and also with a further fine upto Rs.200 for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 371 of Companies Act: Simple imprisonment of every concerned person upto 6 months or fine of upto Rs.50,000  
Prosecution under Section 372(8) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs. 500 on the company and every concerned person and further fine of Rs. 50 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 372A(9) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 2 years or fine of upto Rs.50,000 on the company and every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 372A(10) of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.5,000 on the company and every concerned person and further fine of Rs. 500 per day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 374 of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.50,000 on every concerned person  
Prosecution under Section 383A(1A) of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs.500 on the company and every concerned person for every day for which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 445(1) of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.1,000 on petioner or company and every officer of company who is in default for each day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 614A(2) of Companies Act: Imprisonment of upto 6 months or fine or both on every concerned officer or employee of the company  
Prosecution under Section 628 of Companies Act: Imprisonment for upto 2 years and also liable to fine  
Prosecution under Section 629 of Companies Act: Imprisonment for upto 7 years and also fine on every person who gives false evidence  
Prosecution under Section 629A of Companies Act: Fine of upto Rs. 5,000 on the company and every officer of the company who is in default and further fine of upto Rs. 500 per day for every day during which the default continues  
Prosecution under Section 631 of Companies Act: Fine upto Rs.500 for every day during which that name or title has been used  
Reasons for Action by ROCs
Did not enhance paid up capital up to prescribed limit within prescribed period by private company (Section 3(3))  
Non-enhancement of paid-up capital up to prescribed limit within prescribed period by a public company (Section 3(4))  
Subscribers to memorandum did not pay consideration for shares subscribed by them (Section 36)  
Did not adhere to provisions of memorandum & articles of association (Section 13(4))  
Alteration in registered office clause or objects clause of memorandum without confirmation of company law board (Section 17)  
Did not adhere to directives/instructions/guidelines given by central government to change the name of existing company (Section 22)  
Did not inform registrar about conversion of status of private company within prescribed time (Section 43A(2))  
Defaulted with respect to fixed deposits (Section 58A)  
Did not repay deposit in accordance with term & conditions of such deposit (Section 58A(3))  
Breached prescribed limits on invitation or acceptance of deposits in contravention of the rules (Section 58A(6))  
Did not adhere to order of company law board for repayment of deposits (Section 58A(9))  
Did not file return of deposits (Section 58A rule 11)  
Issued prospectus containing untrue statements (Section 62)  
Issued prospectus with misstatements (Section 63)  
Fraudulently induced persons to invest money (Section 68)  
Alloted shares in contravention of the conditions prescribed under Section 72  
Defaulted in listing of shares and debentures on stock exchanges (Section 73)  
Failed to repay excess application money (Section 73(2A))  
Defaulted in filing returns with ROC with regard to allotments (Section 75)  
Did not adhere to provisions related to further issue of capital (Section 81(1))  
Did not file notice of increase of share capital or of members (Section 97(1))  
Registration of transfer of shares etc. in contravention of provisions of Companies Act (Section 108)  
Did not deliver share/debenture certificates in case of issue/transfer of shares/debentures within prescribed time (Section 113(1))  
Did not file charge with registrar within prescribed time (Section 125(1))  
Delivered debenture/certificate of debenture stock without endorsement of certificates of registration (Section 133)  
Did not inform registrar about satisfaction of any charge (Section 138)  
Did not adhere to order of central government regarding filing of particulars of charge (Section 141)  
Defaulted in filing for registration the particulars of charge created/debt satisfied/debentures issued(Section 142)  
Defaulted in maintaining register of charges covering details of all charges & floating charges on property (Section 143(1))  
Defaulted in notification of registered office of company or of changes thereto (Section 146)  
Defaulted in publication of name by company outside its registered office (Section 147)  
Defaulted in publication of name by the company (Section 147(1))  
Did not have name of the company engraved in legible characters on its common seal (Section 147(1)(B))  
Commenced business without complying with conditions prescribed under Companies Act (Section 149 (2A))  
Did not keep proper register of members (Section 150(1))  
Defaulted in keeping index of members (Section 151)  
Closure of register of members or debentureholders otherwise than in compliance with the provisions of (Section 154(1)  
Defaulted in filing annual returns (Section 159)  
Did not file annual return with registrar within prescribed time limit by company not having share capital (Section 160)  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding certificate to be annexed with annual return (Section 161)  
Defaulted in respect of place of keeping & inspection of registers & returns (Section 163)  
Did not adhere to provisions relating to statutory meeting (Section 165)  
Did not hold statutory meeting within time limit prescribed (Section 165(1))  
Defaulted in forwarding of statutory report before 21 days of the meeting (Section 165(2))  
Defaulted in certification of the statutory report by the directors or the auditors of the company (Section 165(4))  
Did not deliver certified copy of statutory report to the registrar (Section 165(5))  
Defaulted with reference to annual general meeting (Section 166)  
Failure to hold agm within prescribed time (Section 166(1))  
Did not call and hold annual general meeting in manner provided under Section 166(2)  
Defaulted in complying with directives/instructions/guidelines of the company law board for calling of annual general meeting (Section 167)  
Did not give at least 21 days notice for calling the general meeting of the company (Section 171)  
Convened agm without proper quorum (Section 174)  
Appointed chairman at shareholders meetings in contravention of Section 175  
Did not furnish declaration of person not holding beneficial interest (Section 187C)  
Did not to pass resolution in an adjourned meeting (Section 191)  
Did not register certain resolutions and agreements with the registrar (Section 192(1))  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding minutes of proceedings of general meetings, board meetings & other meetings (Section 193)  
Defaulted in maintaining minute books of general meeting containing minutes of proceedings of any general meeting of the company at registered office of the company (Section 196(1) (a))  
Did not transfer unpaid/unclaimed dividend to investor education and protection fund within prescribed time (Section 205C)  
Did not transfer unpaid dividend to unpaid dividend account (Section 205A)  
Declaration/payment of dividend by company without transferring prescribed percentage of profits to reserves (Section 205(2A))  
Did not distribute dividends within 30 days (Section 207)  
Defaulted in keeping books of account by the company (Section 209)  
Did not keep proper books of accounts at registered office of the company (Section 209(1))  
Did not produce for inspection books and papers, furnish information or explanations and provide assistance (Section 209A)  
Did not co-operate with the person making inspection of books of accounts and other documents of company (Section 209A(5))  
Did not produce for inspection books and papers, furnish information or explanations and provide assistance (Section 209A)  
Books of accounts not providing true and fair view of state of affairs of company and improperly maintained (Section 209(3) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not provide desirable assistance to inspecting authority (Section 209A(3))  
Did not maintain books of accounts on accrual basis and according to double entry system of accounting (Section 209(3)(B))  
Did not adhere to provisions Section 209(5)  
Defaulted with reference to annual accounts and balance sheet (Section 210)  
Did not provide balance sheet and profit & loss account at annual general meeting (Section 210(1))  
Did not lay income & expenditure account in its agm (Section 210(2))  
Defaulted in respect of the period for which the profit & loss account of the company relates (Section 210(3))  
Defaulted in form & contents of balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 211)  
Did not prepare balance sheet showing true & fair view (Section 211(1) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not prepare profit & loss account showing true & fair view (Section 211(2) r/w sch.vi)  
Did not adhere to accounting standards in preparation of annual accounts (Section 211(3A))  
Defaulted in giving details in notes or documents annexed to balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 211(6))  
Did not include certain particulars of its subsidiaries in balance sheet of the holding company (Section 212)  
Did not obtain exemption from central government regarding inclusion of certain particulars of subsidiaries in balance sheet of holding companies (Section 212(8))  
Improper authentication of balance sheet and profit & loss account (Section 215 (1))  
Balance sheet and profit & loss account not approved by board of directors and/or signed as per provision of the Companies Act (Section 215)  
Did not approve annual accounts of company by board & directors before signing and submitting these to auditors (Section 215(3))  
Defaulted in report of board of directors (Section 217)  
Did not attach board's report along with balance sheet of the company (Section 217(1))  
Did not include any material changes occurred during financial year in board's report (Section 217(2))  
Did not include particulars of employees in board's report (Section 217(2A))  
Non-inclusion of directors’ responsibility statement in board’s report (Section 217(2AA))  
Did not provide fullest explanations and information upon any qualifications given by auditors in board's report (Section 217(3))  
Defaulted in signing of board’s report and any addendum thereto (Section 217(4))  
Did not take reasonable steps relating to board's report (Section 217(5))  
Improper issue, circulation or publication of balance sheet or profit & loss account (Section 218)  
Did not send balance sheet, profit & loss account, auditor's report etc to every member of the COMPANY,21 days before date of meeting (Section 219(1))  
Defaulted in filing of copies of balance sheet, etc. with the registrar (Section 220)  
Defaulted in relation to appointment and remuneration of auditors (Section 224)  
Defaulted in fixation of remuneration of auditors (Section 224(8))  
Non-fulfilment of duties by auditor (Section 227)  
Did not mention information on compliance of accounting standards by company in auditor's report (Section 227(3)(D))  
Did not include information on disqualified director in auditor's report (Section 227(3)(F))  
Did not include statement on maocaro in auditor's report (Section 227(4A))  
Did not adhere to provisions relating to audit of cost accounts of the company (Section 233B)  
Did not furnish information or explanations or production of books & papers (Section 234(1))  
Inadequate or non-furnishing of information to the registrar within specified time (Section 234(3A))  
Did not produce documents and evidence before inspector (Section 240)  
Number of directors below minimum number specified (Section 252)  
Defaulted in appointment of directors and proportion of those who are to retire by rotation (Section 255)  
Did not file consent of the candidate for directorship with company and consent to act as director with the registrar (Section 264)  
Did not adhere to provisions regarding appointment of managing or whole-time director or manager (Section 269)  
Did not appoint managing director/whole time director as required under Section 269(2)  
Did not adhere to clb order regarding disqualification of director (Section 274(1)(G))  
Accepted loan/guarantee/security for a loan by any director in contravention of SEC.295 (Section 283(1) (h))  
Did not hold board meeting at proper intervals (Section 285)  
Did not maintain requisite quorum in meeting of board of directors (Section 287)  
Exercised powers by board of directors,which is to be exercised by the company in general meeting (Section 291)  
Did not exercise general powers in accordance with provisions of Companies Act/any other applicable act/memorandum & articles of association etc. (Section 291(1))  
Exercised powers by board of directors,otherwise than at meetings by way of resolutions (Section 292)  
Did not exercise general powers in accordance with provisions of Companies Act/any other applicable act/memorandum & articles of association etc. (Section 292 (1) (c))  
Exercised powers by board of directors without consent of company in general meeting (Section 293)  
Provided loans to directors, etc without obtaining prior approval of the central government (Section 295(1))  
Did not obtain sanction of board of directors for certain contracts in which particular directors are interested (Section 297)  
Did not disclose interest in any contract by the director (Section 299)  
Participation in board meeting by interested director (Section 300)  
Did not maintain register of contracts, companies and firms in which directors are interested (Section 301)  
Did not keep register of directors or failed to file with the registrar, return of directors, managing director, manager and secretary (Section 303)  
Defaulted in maintaining register of directors, managing director, manager and secretary at registered of the company (Section 303(1))  
Non-filing of the returns of directors, managing directors, managers and secretaries with the registrar (Section 303(2))  
Did not include nature and extent of interest over any shares etc of any director in register of director's shareholdings, etc (Section 307(3))  
Remuneration of managing director/whole time director was not approved by central govt. or was not as per schedule 13 of Companies Act (Section 309(3))  
Held any office or place of profit under company or its subsidiary without passing of special resolution in next agm or within three months from date of such appointment (Section 314(1))  
Loans etc., to companies under the same management without passing of special resolution or prior approval of central government (Section 370(1))  
Defaulted in purchase by company of shares, etc., of other companies (Section 372)  
Defaulted in relation to inter-corporate loans & investments (Section 372A)  
Invested in shares of other companies in excess of prescribed limit (Section 372(2))  
Invested in shares of other companies in excess of prescribed limit without passing resolution in general meeting and without obtaining previous approval of central government (Section 372(4))  
Did not maintain register of inter-corporate loans & investments (Section 372A(5))  
Did not maintain register of investments (Section 372(8))  
Did not legalise investments made before commencement of the act within prescribed time limit (Section 373)  
Did not appoint whole-time secretary (Section 383A(1))  
Defaulted in filing winding up order with registrar of companies (Section 445(1))  
Defaulted in payment of fees to ROC as per schedule x (Section 611)  
Defaulted in payment of fees to ROC and other officers in the manner specified (Section 612)  
Did not file document with ROC as directed by the court (Section 614A)  
Provided false statements in returns, report, certificate, balance sheet, prospectus, statement etc. (Section 628)  
Used word limited or private limited without being registered/incorporated as a company with limited liability or a private company with limited liability (Section (631))  
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ACE DERIVATIVES & COMMODITY STOCK EXCHANGE LTD. (since closed)
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BSE LTD.
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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK
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NATIONAL SPOT EXCHANGE LTD.
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NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE OF INDIA LTD.
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NSE CLEARING LTD.
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