How can I make an application for allotment of DIN/DPIN?
Earlier, there was Form DIR-3 to make application for allotment of DIN (Director Identification Number) or DPIN (Designated Partner Identification Number). However, MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) revised the rules for DIN / DPIN allotment and incorporation of a company or LLP.
As per the revised rules, here is a brief summary for allotment of DIN or DPIN:
|Particulars||Form Name||Form Description|
|New Company||SPICe||Form for Incorporation of Company. [Read More: What is SPICe Form?]|
|New LLP||Form FiLLiP||Form for Incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership. [Read More: What is Form FiLLiP?]|
|Existing Company||Form DIR-3||Application for allotment of DIN i.e. Director Identification Number before appointment in an existing company or LLP.|
|Existing LLP||Form DIR-3||Application for allotment of DIN i.e. Director Identification Number before appointment in an existing company or LLP.|
- DPIN / DIN / DSC is not required to file an application for reservation of name under the RUN service or RUN-LLP service on MCA.
[Read More: How can I apply for reservation of name through RUN-LLP service of MCA?]
[Read More: How to apply for name reservation through RUN Form of MCA?]
- A maximum of two designated partners can apply for application for DPIN allotment under Form FiLLiP. However, there is no restriction on the number of individual partners or body corporate partners.
- A maximum of seven subscribers can apply for application for DIN allotment under Form SPICe.