Memorandum of Association (MOA) of any Company is the foundation of any company which is being incorporated. MOA is the constitution of the Company as well it defines the scope of powers and rights within which a Company operates. Provisions of Law prevail in case there is any conflict between the Companies Act and Clauses in Memorandum.
Objects are the part of Memorandum that defines the objectives of the Company for which it is being formed. The Company cannot operate beyond its object clause. In any scenario, no company can act against the provisions of its Memorandum, and if it does so, such transaction will be ultra vires and hence void. In case the Company enters into a contract, any arrangement or agreement with any third party, such Memorandum is used as a public document.