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A: A minimum of seven members are required to form a Public Limited Company, and there is no maximum limit to the number of members in a PLC.
A: There is no minimum capital requirement to start a Public Limited Company.
A: Some of the advantages of forming a Public Limited Company are limited liability for shareholders, easy transferability of shares, ability to raise capital from the public, and credibility in the market.
A: Some of the disadvantages of forming a Public Limited Company are higher compliance and regulatory requirements, higher costs of formation and management, and greater public scrutiny.
A: A Public Limited Company is required to comply with various regulations under the Companies Act, 2013, and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), including filing of annual returns, holding of annual general meetings, maintenance of books of accounts, etc.
A: Yes, a foreign national or an NRI can be a director in a Public Limited Company, subject to certain conditions.
A: Yes, a Public Limited Company can be converted to a Private Limited Company, subject to compliance with certain conditions and approval from the Registrar of Companies.
A: Yes, a Section 8 Company can accept donations from foreign countries, subject to compliance with the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (FCRA).
A: Yes, a Section 8 Company can own property, and the property can be held in the name of the company.
A: Yes, a Section 8 Company can engage in commercial activities, but the profits earned from such activities must be used for promoting the objectives of the company.