Any action that a business takes must be handled by an individual with the authority to make decisions on the company's behalf. This might be a member of the board of directors, the company owner, or someone else with authority, such as a chief executive officer or president. When an individual agrees to or confirms the action being taken by the business, this is referred to as "ratification" in law. Ratification can happen in a number of situations, but its legality is determined by the circumstances and facts around the event or action being taken. All ratification deed needs to be registered at the sub-registrar office. We provide complete end-to-end guidance and support.