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Overview of Closing Your One Person Company (OPC)

Closing an OPC involves a unique set of considerations tailored to its single-member structure. This comprehensive guide provides insights into the dissolution procedure, eligibility criteria, benefits, and the necessary steps to close your One Person Company seamlessly.

Dissolution of an One Person Company (OPC)

Dissolving an OPC marks the formal end of its operations. Whether due to strategic shifts, market dynamics, or achieving its objectives, understanding and following the legal procedures for closure are crucial during this phase.

Benefits of OPC Closure

Financial Resolution: Closing allows for the equitable distribution of assets, resolving financial matters and providing a clear financial picture.

Legal Compliance: Ensures adherence to regulatory requirements, mitigating potential legal complications in the future.

Simplified Closure: The single-member structure streamlines the closure process, often reducing complexities compared to multi-member companies.

Quick Decision-Making: Being a single-member entity allows for swift decisions in the closure process, expediting the overall procedure.

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Eligibility Criteria for Closing OPC

Financial Solvency: The OPC should be financially capable of settling all outstanding liabilities, including debts and statutory dues.

Member Approval: The sole member must provide approval for the closure, following the prescribed legal procedures.

Board Resolution: Though OPCs have a single-member structure, a formal resolution is required, authorizing the closure and appointing signatories.

Regulatory Compliance: Ensure compliance with all regulatory obligations, resolving any ongoing legal or regulatory issues.

Clearance of Dues: Obtain clearances from creditors to confirm the settlement of outstanding financial obligations.

Statutory Filings: File all required statutory documents and financial statements up to the date of closure application.

Documents Required for Filing an Application for Closing OPC

Member Approval: A formal approval document from the sole member for the closure process.

Financial Statements: Audited financial statements showcasing the OPC's financial position.

Clearance Certificates: Certificates confirming the clearance of taxes and other statutory dues.

Board Resolution: A formal resolution authorizing the closure and appointing authorized signatories.

ROC Forms: Completed application forms prescribed by the Registrar of Companies.

How will NGO Worlds Assist You in OPC Closure?

NGO Worlds specializes in facilitating the closure process for OPCs. Our expert team provides comprehensive assistance, from eligibility assessment to document preparation and submission. We ensure a seamless closure process, keeping you informed at every step.


It is advisable to resolve any pending legal disputes before initiating the closure process. Closing an OPC with unresolved legal matters may lead to complications. Ensure all legal issues are appropriately addressed for a smoother closure.

In most cases, the appointment of a liquidator is not mandatory for OPC closure. The sole member can play a significant role in the dissolution process. However, it is essential to check specific regulatory requirements and seek professional advice if needed.

During the closure process, the assets of the OPC are typically liquidated and used to settle outstanding liabilities. Any remaining assets after settling debts may be distributed to the sole member as per the dissolution plan and legal requirements.

Yes, an OPC that has not commenced business operations can still be closed. The closure process for such cases may involve fewer complexities compared to an active business. Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements even if the business has not started operations.

Failing to follow the proper closure procedures for an OPC can lead to legal and financial repercussions. Unresolved liabilities may persist, affecting the sole member’s personal liability. It is crucial to adhere to regulatory requirements to avoid any adverse consequences.

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