Limited Liabilities Partnership

From Rs.5,999 /- all inclusive fees

About the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

The Limited Liabilities Partnership (LLP) governed by the LLP Act 2008. The LLP is the combination of partnership and Company concept. This is a new form of doing the business and the main feature behind the LLP is providing Limited Liability to the owner of the entity. As its name suggest partner having limited liability like the private limited company. All the personal assets of the partners are not used for paying off the LLP debts or loss any kind of loss. After introduce in the year 2008 the LLP concept is very popular among the enterprises.

 

The main feature is LLP compare with traditional Partnership firm is one partner is not liable to conduct the other partner activities. The LLP concept provides Limited Liability protection to the partners against any loss or debts of the LLP business. This is the safeguard for the partners.

 

If you want to start your business with Limited Liability Partnership, then you must get it registered under the Limited liability Partnership Act, 2008. You can contact the startup Banao for Limited Liabilities Partnership Registration in Gurgaon and get LLP registration certificate.

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Five Simple Steps for making the Limited Liability Partnership.

  • 1

    Fill our form with all relevant documents.

  • 2

    Apply for DSC with DIN for Partners.

  • 3

    Drafting LLP Deed and Legal document.

  • 4

    Apply with Incorporation Forms upload to ROC.

  • 5

    Get your Incorporation Certificate with PAN & TAN

Benefits of Limited Liability Partnership.

Easy to Register

LLP formation is easy process and minimal papers formality required.

Renowned form for Business

This is legal and varies renowned form for start the business in India because all the approval provide by the ROC.

Body Corporate

LLP is just like a Private Limited Company, all the partners is separate existence from LLP and LLP is separate entity in the eyes of the Law.

Liability

LLP is a separate legal entity and from his partners. Liabilities of repayment of his debts and any legal suits self face by LLP rather than his partners because both LLP and partners are distinct from each other.

Perpetual succession

A registered LLP has own identity and perpetual succession. If any changes in the LLP partner the LLP will be same and LLP shall continue to exist till its lawful windup.

Easy Transferable

If any partner become leave from LLP or someone want to admit, it is easier and accordance with the LLP agreement.

Less Compliance

In the LLP the compliance is very minimal compare with private limited.

Documents required for LLP Registration

  • PAN card of Partners

  • Aadhaar Card of Partners

  • Resident Proof of Partners

  • Resident Proof of Partners

    • A. Utility bill of Registered office address

    • B. Digital Signature of Partners

    Proof of Registered office of LLP

  • 2 Colour Passport of each Partners

FAQS (Frequently Asked Questions)

LLP is alternative corporate business form that gives benefits of liability of company and flexibility of partnership.
Minimum two partners are required for registered the LLP and there is no maximum number of partners assigned.
After submission of the legal forms the ROC will give the registration certificate for doing the business.
Yes, the LLP Act 2008 allows Foreign Nationals including Foreign Companies to incorporate a LLP in India. But till date necessary guidelines in respect of FDI in LLP are not issued, they cannot incorporate the same
The LLP Agreement will define the requirement related to contribution and therefore , the LLP Agreement may also provide for NIL contribution from the Partners.
Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) are the digital equivalent (that is electronic format) of physical or paper certificates. Likewise, a digital certificate can be presented electronically to prove your identity, to access information or services on the Internet or to sign certain documents digitally.