CRC stands for Central Registration Centre which is launched by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs(MCA) for providing greater “Ease of doing business” to speedy incorporation of name approval applications.
When a person incorporates a company or is planning to change the name of the company then the person has to file for a name for his company which shall not be similar to any other company’s name. This form which is filed is called the Reserving Unique Name (RUN) form. This entire process of choosing a unique name and getting it approved by the central registration centre (CRC) can now be done online by simply filing the RUN form.
Some of the few reasons for the rejection from CRC are:
To avoid such rejection, we should need to follow certain precautions while applying for the name of the company such as:
These are the following guidelines as prescribed in the Companies Act, 2013 that can help you minimise the possibility of rejection of name.
Several companies can get its name reserved under RUN with the following suffix:
Type of Company
In case of avoiding rejection, it is better for the applicant to go through the guidelines of Companies (Incorporation) Rules 2014, as amended, and conduct their Name and Trade Mark search.
However, in some cases, the names that the applicant thinks is acceptable can be rejected by the Central Registration Centre (CRC). As CRC monitors extensive check on Company names like if they are phonetically similar or have a similar meaning in other languages.
When any name is accepted or rejected, an email for the same with other details and related documents is sent to the applicant’s email Id. Application for the approval or rejection of the name is generated as an E-form and is signed digitally by the Registrar and is sent to the email id of the applicant.