Company Incorporation in Nepal
In Nepal, we offer cost-effective services for incorporating companies with pride. Our team of highly qualified and experienced professionals can provide the right solutions for incorporating your company. A company refers to an autonomous and organized organization that can do business like a natural person, acquire movable and immovable property, and can sue or be sued in the name of the company. The Companies Act, 2063 allows for the registration of three types of companies: private, public, and non-profit distributing companies. A private company is limited to 101 shareholders, while a public company must have a minimum of seven promoters. A profit not distributing company should have a minimum of five promoters.
The registration process for a company in Nepal involves several steps, including:
To register a company in Nepal, the required documents include
From initiation the process to get a company incorporation certificate takes 2-3 business days.
Please contact us for any inquiries you may have about Company/Business Registration in Nepal.
We provide legal services for the registration of Private, Public and Non-profit companies in Nepal
Our firm provides legal services for the registration of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) in Nepal
Kalika Law Firm offers robust legal advisory services in M&A for a diverse range of industries, including major domestic and international corporations, commercial institutions, and business houses.
A public company is a type of company that has sold a certain portion of its shares to the public via an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in order to raise funds. The company shares can be traded freely, while private companies are restricted from doing so.
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