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limited liability partnership registration
Features of Limited Liability Partnership:
- Limited Liability
- Legal Entity
- Perpetual Succession
- Easy Transferability
- Dual Relationship
- Borrowing Capacity
Following documents are required for proposed Designated Partner/ Partner:
- Pan Card Copy (Self Attested)
- Two Color Passport Size Photographs
- Proof of Identity – Self Attested Copy of Aadhar Card/ Driving License/ Passport/ Voters ID
- Proof of Residence – Self Attested copy of Electricity Bill/ Bank Statement/ Electricity Bill/ Phone Bill (These should not be older than 2 month)(Any One)
Proof of Registered Office Address of the Company:
- Latest copy of Electricity Bill/ Phone Bill/ Gas Bill
- Notarized No Objection Certificate from owner of premises on Rs 100 Stamp Paper along with the photo of premises (Format will be provided)
Frequently Asked Questions
Every LLP shall be required to have at least two Designated Partners who shall be individuals and at least one of the Designated Partner shall be a resident of India.
In case of a LLP in which all the partners are bodies corporate or in which one or more partners are individuals and bodies corporate, at least two individuals who are partners of such LLP or nominees of such bodies corporate shall act as designated partners.
Every LLP would be required to file Annual Return with ROC. A duly authenticated Annual Return in e- Form-11, is to be filed with the Registrar, together with the prescribed fee, within a period of 60 days from the closure of every financial year.
As per the LLP Act 2008, the LLP Agreement will define the requirement related to contribution and therefore, the LLP Agreement may also provide for NIL contribution from the Partners. So, LLP can also be incorporated without any contribution from the partners but this scenario has its own practical problems.
Every LLP in India, whose annual turnover exceeds the magnitude of Rs. 40Lakhs or the total contribution of its partners gets above the limit of Rs. 25Lakhs, is mandatorily need to get its accounts audited every financial year, strictly in accordance with the rules and provisions provided in the LLP Rules of 2009.
Provided also that where the partners of such LLP do not decide for audit of the accounts of the LLP, such LLP shall include in the Statement of Account and Solvency a statement by the partners to the effect that the partners acknowledge their responsibilities for complying with the requirements of the Act and the Rules with respect to preparation of books of account and a certificate in the form specified.
Yes, The Registrar shall, on conversion of a firm by filing Form 17, private company or an unlisted public company by filing Form 18 into limited liability partnership along with prescribed fees, issue a Certificate of Registration under his seal in Form 19.
Yes, the LLP Act 2008 allows Foreign Nationals including Foreign Companies & LLP to incorporate a LLP in India. But till date necessary guidelines in respect of foreign investment in LLP are not issued, they cannot incorporate the same.