A Producer Company consists of a group of people who are involved in the production of primary produce or having one or more objectives related to the primary producers. Part IXA of Companies (Amendment) Act, 2002, deals with the Indian Producer Company. The main objective to introduce this concept was to frame legislation permitting the incorporation of cooperatives as companies and the conversion of existing. Indian Producer Company is a body corporate and have its activities/objectives specified under Section 581B.
The documents required for Producer Company Registration in Jaipur from the director and shareholders are:
Note:- All document must be scan from the scanner with good quality
The Producer Company Registration in Jaipur process can be completed in around 10-14 working days after all document received completely from the customer side; as follows:-
Any person (10 or more) being a producer, or two or more producer institutions, or a combination of the above, can incorporate an Indian Producer Company.
File an application in FORM-1A along with a fee of Rs.1000. The application has to be made to the Registrar of Companies of the state where the producer company office is proposed to be located. A name that is available and one that best defines the purpose of your producer company is to be selected. When the ROC informs about the availability of the name, a MOA and AOA of the company is drafted in accordance with the rules of Sec. 581F and 581G respectively.
These documents have to be stamped by the appropriate authority in agreement with the rules of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 either physically or electronically. These documents have to be signed by each producer. The date will be the date of stamping.
The object clause in MOA must specify all the matters which are specified in Sec. 581B.
Statutory declaration in the e-Form- 1(on Stamp paper) declaring compliance of all and incidental matters regarding the formation of companies.
The members will initially receive the value for the product or products pooled and supplied as the directors may determine. This amount is given out later either in cash or in-kind or by allotment of equity shares.
Members will be eligible to receive bonus shares in proportion to the shares held by them.
The surplus after provision for payment of limited return and reserves may be given out as patronage bonus, among the Members. Patronage bonus means payment out of surplus income to members in proportion to their respective patronage. Patronage, on the other hand, is the use of services offered by producer companies to their members by participation in their business activities.
The Indian Income Tax Act, 1961(“the IT Act”) specifically exempts tax on agricultural income under section 10(1).
However, the exemption for such agricultural income shall sometimes differ on the basis of the kind of agricultural activity undertakes.
It is important to note that the IT Act does not essentially provide any special benefits or exemptions to producer companies by definition. But subject to the kind of agricultural activity carried out, certain tax benefits can be availed.
For instance, income from green tea leaves grown and sold directly is agricultural income under the IT Act. Such income is 100 % tax-free. But if the green tea leaves are further processed and tea is manufactured only 60% of the income derived from such an activity is considered as agricultural income. Only 60% of such income is eligible for tax exemption.
Thus, it is clear that the tax exemption to a producer company depends upon the activity it carries on.
The members of the Producer Company are primary producers, and thus, are in need of financial assistance from time to time. Hence, a special provision is made by Act 61 of Producer Company of giving loans to its members. The Company can provide financial assistance to its members through:-
The credit facility, to any member, in connection with the business of the Company, for a period not exceeding six months.
Loans and advances, against security mentioned in articles to any Member, repayable within a period exceeding three months but not exceeding seven years from the date of disbursement if such loans or advances.
NABARD Loan: NABARD has taken up the cause of supporting and meeting the needs of Producer Companies. It set up an Rs. 50 crore Producer Organisation Development Fund (PODF) in 2011, out of its operating surplus.
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