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  • 1 passport size Photo With across Signature
  • Pan Card Copy
  • Aadhar card copy
  • Bank Cancelled Cheque with signature
  • Copy of last 6 moths Bank Statement or Passbook copy if F&O activate
  • E-Mail ID, , Occupation, Annual income & Mother’s Mention in Form
  • Nominee Photo with detail (Aadhar card copy)
  • Every document should be self attested
  • 1 Passport Size photo of Karta & Co-Parcner With across Signature
  • Pan Card Copy of HUF , Karta & Co-Parcner
  • Address Proof Of HUF , Karta & Co-Parcner
  • Net worth certificate of HUF certify by CA
  • HUF Deed of Declaration
  • Copy of Latest six months Bank Statement for HUF & Karta.
  • Cancelled Cheque with Signature of HUF a/c
  • Copy of ITR of 2 Yrs
  • All Document Should be self Attested & affix HUF rubber stamp
  • E-Mail ID, Ph. No., Occupation & Annual income details Mention in Form
  • PAN card copy of Company & All Directors/Auth signatory
  • Passport size Photograph of directors/Auth sign. with across signature
  • Latest 6 months bank proof (bank passbook copy / bank statement) of company
  • Address proof of all Directors/Auth signatory (Aadhar card copy)
  • Form 32/DIR12 of the directors filed with ROC along with ROC receipt.
  • Cancelled Cheque of company with sign. & affix company stamp
  • Co. ITR Copy of last 02 year
  • Copies of the Balance Sheet for the period of last 2 years
  • Copy of Share Holding Pattern Printed on Co. Letterhead (if any Individual holding more than 15% or any Corporate holding more than 25% of Shares then Pan Card address proof require.)
  • Net worth Certificate of co. Latest Certify by C.A
  • List of Directors along with permanent address, Passport Size photo, DIN NO. & PAN NO. With Across signature (Printed on co. Letterhead)
  • List of Authorized signatory along with permanent address, Passport Size photo PAN NO. With Across signature (Printed on co. Letterhead)
  • Certified Copy of ‘MOA & AOA
  • Board Resolution printed on company’s letterhead as per format given on form (format will be provide)
  • E-Mail ID, Ph. No. Occupation, & Annual income details Mention in Form
  • Online FAQs

    While digital signature and electronic signature are terms that are often used interchangeably, the two concepts have a few key differences. A digital signature is primarily used to secure a document, and prevent tampering of the document by unauthorized individuals. Electronic signatures, on the other hand, imply intent to sign a document. Aadhaar based digital signatures are fully admissible in court.

    The IT act recognizes digital signatures (such as the Aadhaar based e-Sign) to be as legally valid as physical signatures, and are fully admissible in a court of law.

    Digital signatures, such as Aadhaar e-Sign, reduce operational costs, save time, and promote workflow & business efficiency. Documents can be signed remotely (without the need for individuals to be physically present), at the click of a button. Aadhaar e-Signs are linked to the identity of an individual, eliminating the possibility of tampering or fraud.

    The following classes of documents cannot be e-Signed:A negotiable instrument as defined in section 13 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 A Power-of-Attorney as defined in section 1A of the Powers-of-Attorney Act, 1882. A trust as defined in section 3 of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. A will as defined in clause (h) of section 2 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 including any other testamentary disposition by whatever name called Any contract for the sale or conveyance of immovable property or any interest in such property Any such class of documents or transactions as may be notified by the Central Government in the Official Gazette.

    Document Signer Certificates are issued to organizational software applications for the automatic authentication of documents/information attributed to the organization using digital signatures. E-commerce receipts, invoices, credit card bills etc. are common use cases of Document Signer Certificates.

    A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is issued to businesses or individuals for the purpose of digital signing. There are three classes of DSCs issued by the licensed certifying authorities in India: o Class-I: authenticates email address o Class-II: most commonly used, requires photograph, copies of proof of identity and address attested by gazetted officer/bank official o Class-III: requires in-person verification by CA. Private key for such DSCs are provided in Password or PIN protected USB dongles and need to be renewed. There are 2 classes of AadhaareSign issued by licensed certifying authorities in India. o OTP Class: Authentication happens via. OTP using AadhaareKYC o Biometric Class: Authentication happens via. Fingerprint/IRIS using AadhaareKYC OTP Class AadhaareSign facilitated is equivalent to Class-II DSC

    The following entities may use DigiSign for e-Signing Any individual with an Aadhaar number (linked to a valid mobile number or verified through a biometric device) Any individual or business with a Digital Signature Certificate Any individual or business with a Document Signer Certificate.

    e-Sign is 100% legal. According to the Information Technology Act (2000), e-signatures are as legally valid as handwritten signatures for most documents.

    o The application codebase has been audited and certified by CERT-In empaneled independent auditor CDAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing with audit certificate #CH/ISS-CT-337/2016) for information security vulnerability checks, compliance with direct guidelines formulated by the CCA (Controller of Certifying Authorities) and implicated guidelines put forth by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). o App offers bank-grade security for all sensitive documents. o The signature certificate associated with your Aadhaar e-Sign is only valid for 30 minutes. The private key is then destroyed to prevent any misuse. However, this doesn’t mean that the transaction you agreed to while signing is invalid. This ensures more security while digitally signing documents. o Revocation of certificate is not required as the certificate validity is only 30 minutes, and the private key is deleted immediately after the signature is created.

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