No Objection Certificate (NOC) by a Landlord becomes necessary when a Tenant (usually for a company), who has taken a property on lease from the landlord, plans to use the premises or a part of it as a registered office.
Prior setting up a company’s registered office in a rented premises, the company has to get a No Objection Certificate by the landlord. It basically states that the landlord issuing NOC has willingly rented the premises to the company and has no objections for the premises (or a part of it) to be be used as the company’s registered office.
The elements listed below have to be included in an NOC by Landlord:
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To create the No Objection Certificate by Landlord, you will have to follow the steps below:
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