Object Clause is in company’s memorandum of association which is created and filed with Registrar of Companies, at the time of incorporation. Object clause specifies those objectives for which a company is registered in India. Company cannot do any other business which is not specified in the object clause of memorandum of association. There can be instances where you may require to diversify your business or add a new business line to your main object clause. As the object clause is a part of Memorandum of Association (MOA) of company, hence any change in object clause requires alteration in the MOA. Section 13 of the Companies Act, 2013 deals with the alteration of Memorandum of Association. As per the provisions of Section 13, a company may, alter its MOA with the approval of shareholders in a general meeting by way of ordinary or special resolution as the case may be. Object Clause of MOA can be altered by way of special resolution.