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Tell me difference in pvt. ltd and limited company minimum and maximum director in india ?

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Asked by pritam khatri, 05 Mar '13 09:52 pm
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A company is called private limited when all its shares are in private hands. Pvt Ltd Company is owned by a group of promoters. On the other hand, the shares in a Public Limited company are open to everyone. The company is not in the hands of a few promoters but the public owns it.

There is also difference in the number of shareholders in the two types of companies. In Private Limited companies, the minimum number of shareholders should be two and the maximum 50. On the other hand, the minimum number of shareholders in a Public Ltd Company is seven and there is no limit to the maximum number of shareholders.
In Private Limited companies, the minimum number of shareholders should be two and the maximum 50. On the other hand, the minimum number of shareholders in a Public Ltd Company is seven and there is no limit to the maximum number of shareholders.

4. The shares of a Limited company are listed in the stock exchange whereas it is not in the case of Private Limited Company.
Answered by anil garg, 06 Mar '13 01:54 am

 
  
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Private Limited Company - the minimum number of director requirement is two.......
Public Limited Company - the minimum number of director requirement is seven.......
Answered by Pradipta pati, 05 Mar '13 09:58 pm

 
  
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Refer to company act in google plz.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 05 Mar '13 09:56 pm

 
  
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