Remove a Director in a Company
Our Service Includes (Price Starts 3500)
- Free consultancy
- Getting the required Board Meeting/General Meeting conducted
- Filing of required forms with the Registrar of Companies
- 100% Online Process
- Time: 2-3 working days
A Director can resign from Company anytime. Company has the authority to accept his resignation by passing an ordinary resolution, given the Director was not appointed by the Central Government or the tribunal. A Board Meeting will be called by giving seven days’ notice to all the directors.
To cut down the salary cost
Remove the unable persons and appoint new qualified persons for growth of the Company
To remove the odds with the strategies which the majority of the company’s management have adopted
To cut down the employee cost
Draft Resignation Letter
File with the Company notice of resignation
Draft the required resolution
File necessary forms with the Registrar of Companies
Resignation letter from Resigning Director
Proof of dispatch of Resignation/Acceptance of Resignation
Mobile number and email of the resigning person
Notice of Resignation, and Confirmation of the Board, if applicable
Resignation of 1-2 Directors of any unlisted Company (Exclusive of Govt Fee and GST)
₹3,500.00Add to cart
Resignation of 3 – 4 Directors of any unlisted Company (Exclusive of Govt Fee and GST)
₹4,500.00Add to cart
Resignation of upto 4 Directors and Share Transfer for any Private Company (Exclusive of Govt Fee, Stamp and GST)
₹10,000.00Add to cart
1. Can a director withdraw his resignation?
Once a Director has given a notice of resignation, he cannot withdraw it except with the consent of the Company. Letter of resignation must be addressed to the Company, as the letter addressed to the third party has no effect.
2. Can a director resignation can be refused?
An individual who does not want to be a Director cannot be forced to retain such role.
3. What happens to Company with no Director?
In such cases any shareholder can request a GENERAL MEETING to appoint new director.
4. Is it necessary for a Director to own shares of the Company?
The Shareholders owns the Company by owning its Shares and the Director manages it. A Director does not need to be a shareholder and a shareholder does not have the Rights of a Director.