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Documents For Secretarial Audit

Charter DocumentsLast year Secretarial Audit Report
Statutory RegistersBoard and General Meeting Minutes & Notices thereto
Audited financial statementsFilings & Intimations with Registrar of Companies, Stock Exchanges, Newspaper Advertisements (if Listed)
Annual Performance Reports, Lease Deed, LUT cum Bond, softex returns (if falls under SEZ)Filings with other statutory departments
Filings with RBI (If there is foreign investment)ECB Returns (if there are foreign borrowings in the company)
Registers maintained under Labour LawsDisclosures and Declaration for code of conduct received from the directors
Sitting fees and Remuneration details paid to directorsProof of spending CSR amount
SAST DisclosuresBank account details for dividend
Charter DocumentsLast year Secretarial Audit Report
Statutory RegistersBoard and General Meeting Minutes & Notices thereto

Benefits of Secretarial Audit

Compliance report

Secretarial audit allows the officials to check through the reports for compliance followed by any company.

Interest Protection

Secretarial audit is dedicated to the protection of interest for the customers, employees, society, etc.

Avoid Legal Actions

Secretarial Audit ensures that everything is in order for any business to help them avoid any legal repercussions.

Compliance Inadequacy

This process ensures that any inadequacy is brought to light while ensuring everything is corrected at the right time.

Company Goodwill

A business that is compliant with the secretarial audit automatically acquires goodwill amidst the customers.

In-Depth Review

Secretarial Audit allows for an in-depth review of the protocol being opted for by a company. This helps remove any unnecessary protocol.


About Secretarial Audit


The Secretarial Audit checks the compliance of various legislations which includes Companies Act or similar economic and corporate laws that are applicable to said companies. It was laid down via Section 204 of 2013 Companies Act. Under this section, the regulators tend to monitor different companies in terms of compliance as required by the stated laws & processes. The business scenario today being a multifarious one requires everyone to comply with several rules and regulations to maintain the integrity of trade in a fair manner.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Who has to obtain Secretarial Audit Report?

As per Section 204(1) of Companies Act, 2013, following companies are required to obtain Secretarial Audit Report in Form MR-3:

Every Listed Companies Every Public Companies having a paid-up share capital of Rupees 50 Crores or more Every Public Companies having a turnover of Rupees 250 Crores or more.

Who can conduct Secretarial Audit?

Only the member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India holding Certificate of Practice can conduct Secretarial Audit and submit the report in Form MR-3 to the management.

What if, is the Secretarial Audit is not conducted?

If a company or any officer of the company or the company secretary in practice, contravenes the provisions of the section, the company, every officer of the company or the company secretary in practice, who is in default, shall be punishable with fine which shall not be less than one lakh rupees but which may extend to five lakh rupees.

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