Almost all companies depend upon share capital and borrowed capital for financing their projects. Borrowed capital may consist of funds raised by issuing debentures or by obtaining financial assistance from financial institution or banks. The financial institutions/banks do not lend their monies unless they are sure that their funds are safe and they would be repaid as per agreed repayment schedule. In order to secure their loans they resort to creating right in the assets and properties of the borrowing companies, which is known as a charge on assets. The same has to be informed to the ROC through E-form filing within stipulated time.
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