What is the difference between incorporation, private ltd and limited?


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I'm an IT student from India. I want to start a new IT company in India with the name for example "Simplesoft Incorporation". I want to know, what is the difference between using incorporation and private ltd and limited? Please if anyone knows then tell me as simple as you can.

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asked Nov 23 '11 at 22:59
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Amanjot Singh
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Note: I can't answer for India, but in general:

  • Limited Ltd Corporation or Corp Incorporated Inc. etc. imply a private limited company
  • PLC = Public Limited Company (UK/Europe) = company issuing shares to the public on a stock exchange.
  • In North America, this private/public distinction in naming (and the PLC term ) aren't used.

The rules in Canada are that you have to use the exact form you registered the company with. So if I registered as ACME Inc. I can't use ACME Ltd. or even ACME Incorporated.

The meanings of Limited, Ltd, Inc., Incorporated, Corporation, Corp., are (in Canada) identical.

Usual not-a-lawyer / not-legal-advice restrictions apply.

answered Nov 25 '11 at 04:49
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Mike
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