No Objection Certificate

We issue a proper No Objection Certificate from the owner of the premises of our Virtual Office. Rules framed for this purpose by the ROC require that before any address is occupied by a company a No objection Certificate (NOC) must be obtained from the owner of the premises, permitting the use of the premises for the purpose of maintaining the same as a Registered Office of The Company.

Importance Of NOC By Landlord

Prior to setting up a company’s registered office on rented premises, the company has to get a No Objection Certificate from 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 used as the company’s registered office.

Details To Be Included In NOC By Landlord

The elements listed below have to be included in a NOC by Landlord:

  1. Name of Landlord
  2. Name of the Company to which the premises is rented out to
  3. Address of the rented property
  4. Date
  5. Place
  6. Signature of the Landlord
  7. Contact details of the landlord (optional)

Knowing how to create a Commercial Lease Document and Termination of Rental Agreement might be helpful to you if renting premises is on your list of things to do.

How To Make No Objection Certificate?

To create the No Objection Certificate by Landlord, you will have to follow the steps below:

  1. First draft the NOC by including all the details mentioned above
  2. Get it printed on a plain white paper
  3. Place landlord’s signature on the document

Create NOC By Landlord For Free

You can create a NOC by Landlord with Legal Desk for free of cost. Just click the button below and enter the details of the landlord and company in the form that appears after clicking the button. Download a copy and get it printed on plain paper. Isn’t that easy?

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.

As a legal document in India, a NOC may be issued by an employer, employee, landlord, tenant, or individual. It can be used while:

  • Making a trade
  • An offer
  • Or business of any kind

This legal document can be used for or against in a court of law. No Objection Certificate usually consists of basic details of the parties involved, and it is addressed to whosoever is concerned.

Let us take an example of a person buying a vehicle that is registered in a different state, say in Maharashtra, to be used in a different state, say in Karnataka. In this case, the seller of the vehicle must get a NOC from the Maharashtra Regional Transportation Officer (RTO) and issue the same to the buyer of the vehicle in Karnataka.

This type of NOC states that the said vehicle has no prior traffic offenses against it in Maharashtra. It also states if there is hypothecation against the vehicle in Maharashtra, or not. The buyer of the vehicle must show this document at the time of re-registering the vehicle in Karnataka.

A NOC is an essential legal document that is a vital bank process, immigration, vehicle, and house registration, and employment scenarios. The standard NOC format can be used for all purposes. You can download a sample NOC format here.

There is a different NOC for ROC and different for ROC. One has to ensure the purpose for which NOC is taken.


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