Memorandum Of Understanding

A contractual agreement in which two parties, a client and service provider, agree to terms and conditions that are to govern all transactions between them for the long-term.

About This Plan

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a record in which more than two parties acknowledge that they comply on a set of general path of direction or function for the business. This is the basic stage of the building of an MoU. However, an MoU is commonly identified as requisite though it has no authority and responsibility in itself. To be lawfully functional, an MoU should recognize the consenting groups, define the business objectives of the contract, outline the important conditions and get it autographed by the consenting parties.

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  • The first draft will be shared with you in four days.
  • Two rounds of iterations at no extra cost.

Services Covered

  • Any alteration in the MoA
  • Secreterial assistance in drafting of Board Resolution and drafting of the Special Resolution
  • Filing of MGT 14 to MCA

Who Should Buy

  • Any Company who wishes to alter/ ammend/ change their Memodrandum of Association

How It's Done

  • Our platform connects you to highly rated lawyers.
  • The first draft will be shared with you in four days.
  • Two rounds of iterations at no extra cost.
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Benefits

  • Secures The Partnership

    The Master Service Agreement envelops the complete liaison between the business giver and client, covering all facets of the agreement that is likely to emerge. Such a contract is an advantage for anyone entering a long-standing affiliation with a dealer or client.

  • Time Saving

    A Master Service Agreement facilitates a structure to discuss and work out terms and conditions. So, the same conditions don’t have to be continuously bargained for deals that are identical or related to one and other.


Documents Information

Documents To Be Submitted

  1. Suppporting Documents
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Checklists

Frequenty Asked Questions

What is Memorandum of Association?

A Memorandum of Association (MoA) represents the charter of the company. It is a legal document prepared during the formation and registration process of a company to define its relationship with shareholders and it specifies the objectives for which the company has been formed. The company can undertake only those activities that are mentioned in the MoA. As such, the MoA lays down the boundary beyond which the actions of the company cannot go.

What are the contents of a MoA?

Name Clause Registered Office Clause Object Clause Main Objective Incidental Objective Other objectives Liability Clause Capital Clause

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