The Case Lawyer is a well-known & reputable law firm which has helped register more than 1500 businesses in Pakistan. Having 10 years of experience in this profession, we have gathered enough information & experience that you need for your new company incorporation. We offer quick company registration with the step-by-step guidance of the process and 24/7 support.
Whether you are planning on registering a sole proprietorship business, private limited company, public limited company, partnership firm or any other corporation, we can help in everything. Private Limited Company registration in Pakistan is the most preferred form of business structure in the business class. Companies in Pakistan are registered as per The Companies Act, 2017 The registration of companies is managed by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) through the Companies Act, 2017.
For the registration of a business name, you have to go to the SECP e-services web page and there you have to reserve a company name, enter all the details in the form and submit a challan through online transactions.
The Case Lawyer is recognized for providing company registration services in Pakistan. Our professional company lawyers and consultants are 24/7 available for support. If you have any queries for company registration, contact us.
If you are doing a business in Pakistan and you have multiple clients then we recommend you to register your business because it will limit your obligations and in case your business gets defaulted then at least your personal assets will be secure.
Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) provides an e-services portal where you can file an online application for company incorporation. This online business registration service will secure your time and also remove complexities that may arise in the manual filing process.
We are a non-governmental company registration office where we help you to incorporate your company and register your business. We provide more benefits i.e. company registration, trademark registration, PTA and PSEB registration, FBR registration and Tax Consultancy services in a single package.
Step 1: Approval of Company Name
Step 2: Submission of Documents
Step 3: Certificate of Incorporation
Step 5: Registration of Income, Sales, and Professional Taxes
A Single Member Company is set up as a separate business entity from its owner and only has one shareholder. The single member serves as a director and has complete control over the company and its assets. The single member company concept came into existence in 2010. It is a private limited company but the difference is that only one member is required to incorporate the company. The SMC can not sell or trade the stakes with the public in the stock market.
A private limited company is the ideal business structure for Small-Medium Enterprises that need to raise capital on a small to medium scale. A private limited company is a separate legal entity from its shareholders. Shareholders elect a board that, along with the company’s CEO, takes the operational decisions. A company may also require a company secretary, legal advisor and auditor depending on its size.
It is the most favorable business structure among the business class of Pakistan. A minimum of two directors are required for its registration. It takes 2-3 days on average to complete the process.
A public limited company, or ‘PLC’ for short, is a company that is legally allowed to offer its shares for sale to the public. They don’t have to offer shares to the public if they choose not to, but the option is there if and when needed. A Public Limited Company is not the most popular choice of company in Pakistan, in fact over 95% of limited companies in Pakistan are private limited companies. There are certain differences between the two, and there are specific requirements that a public limited company needs to meet.
A public limited company is a type of limited liability. But, in this case, the company can sell and trade its shares in public. However, sharing the company’s worth is necessary in these types of businesses. So, the buyers would come to know the worth of the company. However, the selling and trading of shares to investors increases the company’s capital. But, forming a public limited company has more strict requirements than a private limited company.
In contrast to a General Partnership or an Association of Persons (AOP), the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a separate legal entity and provides protection to other partners from joint liability created by the misconduct of another partner. This business structure combines the advantages of a Limited Liability Company and the flexibility of a general partnership (regulated under Partnership Act, 1932) at a low compliance cost.
Registration of partnership firm in Pakistan is no longer complex. Two or more partners can form a firm in line with the provisions of Partnership Act, 1932 for starting a business in Pakistan.