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Relaxation of additional fees and extension of last date of filing of Form No. BEN-2 and BEN-1 under the Companies Act, 2013- (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) (01 Jan 2020)



In continuation to this Ministry's General Circular no. 10/2019 dated 24.09.2019, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has received further representations regarding extension of the last date for filing of e-form BEN-2 without additional fees, which are being examined. Considering such representations and examination, it is hereby informed that the time limit for filing e-form No. BEN-2 is extended upto 31.03.2020 without payment of additional fee and thereafter fee and additional fee shall be payable. Consequent to such extension of the date of filing e-form No. BEN-2, the date of filing of Form No. BEN-1 may be construed accordingly. This issues with approval of the competent authority.


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