Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)


Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a business structure that combines the flexibility of a partnership with the limited liability feature of a corporation. In an LLP, partners are not personally liable for the debts or liabilities of the business. This legal entity fosters a collaborative approach among partners while shielding their personal assets. LLPs are popular for professional services and small to medium-sized businesses seeking a balance between liability protection and operational flexibility.




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Process For Limited Liability Partnership Registration:-

1. Obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

All proposed partners of the LLP must obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) since all government filings require digital signatures.

2. Obtain Director Identification Number (DIN)

Partners without a DIN need to apply for one. The Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number assigned to individuals aspiring to become directors or designated partners in LLPs.

3. Choose a Name for the LLP

Select a unique and suitable name for your LLP, adhering to Ministry of Corporate Affairs guidelines.

4. Form for Incorporation of LLP (FiLLiP)

This form collects essential information about the proposed LLP, partners, LLP agreement, and registered office address. It includes a declaration from partners consenting to act as designated partners and comply with LLP regulations.

5. Draft LLP Agreement:

Create the LLP Agreement outlining partner rights, duties, and obligations. This agreement must be notarized and filed with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs within 30 days of incorporation.

6. Obtain a Certificate of Incorporation

Once forms and documents are filed and verified, the Registrar of Companies (RoC) will issue the Certificate of Incorporation, officially recognizing the LLP’s existence.

7. Apply for PAN and TAN

After obtaining the Certificate of Incorporation, apply for the Permanent Account Number (PAN) and TAN for the LLP.

You can successfully register your LLP and embark on your entrepreneurial venture by following these steps diligently.

Documents Required For Limited Liability Partnership Registration:-

1. Identity and Address Proof:

  • Proof of Identity:

Copy of PAN card for all partners (including Designated Partners).

  • Proof of Address:

Utility bill, bank statement, or Aadhar card for address proof of all                               partners.

2. Designated Partners’ Details:

  • Designated Partners’ Identification Documents:

Passport, voter ID, or driver’s license of all Designated Partners.

  • Designated Partners’ Address Proof:

Utility bill, bank statement, or Aadhar card for address proof of all                                Designated Partners.

  • Consent and Appointment Letter:

Consent and appointment letter signed by all Designated Partners.

3. Registered Office Proof:

  • Registered Office Proof:

Copy of the rental agreement or sale deed of the office premises.

Utility bill in the name of the owner.

4. Subscription Sheet and LLP Agreement:

  • Subscription Sheet:

Signed subscription sheet by all partners.

  • LLP Agreement:

Drafted LLP Agreement including details about the business operations,                     profit-sharing ratio, and other relevant clauses.

5. Form Filing:

  • LLP Registration Form (Form-3):

Filing of LLP registration form with the Registrar of Companies (ROC).

  • LLP Incorporation Form (Form-2):

Filing of LLP incorporation form along with the LLP agreement.

  • Statement of Consent (Form-4):

Statement of consent from all partners in Form-4.

  • Statement of Account & Solvency (Form-8):

Filing of Form-8 containing the statement of account and solvency.

6.  Additional Documents:

  • Copy of PAN Card and Address Proof of LLP:

PAN card copy and address proof for the LLP.

  • DIN (Designated Partner Identification Number) of Partners:

DIN for all partners (if not obtained, Form DIR-3 needs to be filed).

  • Copy of Resolution Passed by Partners:

Copy of the resolution passed by the partners authorizing a partner to act                  on behalf of the LLP.


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