A sole proprietorship corporation is one that is owned and managed by one person. This type of business can be formed in fifteen days, making it one of the most common types of businesses to start in the unorganized market, especially among merchants and small traders. Registration is not necessary for a sole proprietorship company because it is identified by other registrations, such as GST registrations. However, the obligation is infinite, and it does not exist indefinitely.
A permit or license issued by local authorities in compliance with the Shop and Establishment Act. The Certificate of Practice, which is issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, is a certification issued by registering authorities. The Central Government or a State Government Authority/Department, for example, issues the registration/licensing document in the name of the patented concern. Banks may also recognize the IEC (Importer Exporter Code) given to a proprietary concern by the DGFT office as an identification document for opening a bank account, among other things.