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Choose the type of company you are changing board member in

Pursuant to the Indian Companies Act, 2013, a Company Limited by Shares must be of one of the following types:

  1. A Private Company.
  2. A Public Company.
  3. A one person Company.

Each type can have one of the following organizational structures:

  1. A Board of Directors only.
  2. A Board of Directors and one or more of an Audit Committee, a Nomination & Remuneration Committee, a Stakeholders Relationship Committee, and/or a Risk Management Committee.

The Committees are primarily to be constituted by Listed Companies and/or by certain unlisted Public Companies meeting specified thresholds.

Please see, respectively, “Board of Directors”, “Audit Committee”, “Nomination & Remuneration Committee”, “Stakeholders Relationship Committee” and “Risk Management Committee” below for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.


For a description of how to change the respective board members, please see the individual steps below.
As all information on how to change board members in India on the LCB Site by nature is generic (i.e. does not include specific requirements for listed companies, special requirements in statutory documents or as otherwise stipulated in any type of special law), we strongly recommend seeking legal advice before actually changing any board members in India.

Pursuant to the Indian Companies Act, 2013, a Company Limited by Guarantee must be of one of the following types:

  1. A Private Company.
  2. A Public Company.
  3. A one person Company.

Each type can have one of the following organizational structures:

  1. A Board of Directors only.
  2. A Board of Directors and one or more of an Audit Committee, a Nomination & Remuneration Committee, a Stakeholders Relationship Committee, and/or a Risk Management Committee.

The Committees are primarily to be constituted by Listed Companies and/or by certain unlisted Public Companies meeting specified thresholds.

Please see, respectively, “Board of Directors”, “Audit Committee”, “Nomination & Remuneration Committee”, “Stakeholders Relationship Committee” and “Risk Management Committee” below for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.


For a description of how to change the respective board members, please see the individual steps below.
As all information on how to change board members in India on the LCB Site by nature is generic (i.e. does not include specific requirements for listed companies, special requirements in statutory documents or as otherwise stipulated in any type of special law), we strongly recommend seeking legal advice before actually changing any board members in India.

Pursuant to the Indian Companies Act, 2013, a Unlimited Company must be of one of the following types:

  1. A Private Company.
  2. A Public Company.
  3. A one person Company.

Each type can have one of the following organizational structures:

  1. A Board of Directors only.
  2. A Board of Directors and one or more of an Audit Committee, a Nomination & Remuneration Committee, a Stakeholders Relationship Committee, and/or a Risk Management Committee.

The Committees are primarily to be constituted by Listed Companies and/or by certain unlisted Public Companies meeting specified thresholds.

Please see, respectively, “Board of Directors”, “Audit Committee”, “Nomination & Remuneration Committee”, “Stakeholders Relationship Committee” and “Risk Management Committee” below for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.


For a description of how to change the respective board members, please see the individual steps below.
As all information on how to change board members in India on the LCB Site by nature is generic (i.e. does not include specific requirements for listed companies, special requirements in statutory documents or as otherwise stipulated in any type of special law), we strongly recommend seeking legal advice before actually changing any board members in India.

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