Limited Liability Partnership – LLP

Basic Package @ 6500/-

  • 2 Digital Signature Certificates
  • 2 Designated Partner Identification Numbers
  • 1 Name Approval Application
  • Form Filing for Incorporation
  • LLP deed Drafting
  • LLP deed filing
  • PAN
  • GST Registration
  • 1st month GST return
  • Consultation by professionals for 3 Months

Moderate Package @ 9500/-

  • 2 Digital Signature Certificates
  • 2 Designated Partner Identification Numbers
  • 1 Name Approval Application
  • Form Filing for Incorporation
  • LLP deed Drafting
  • LLP deed Filing
  • PAN
  • SSI/MSME Registration
  • GST Registration
  • 3 months GST Returns
  • Consultation by professionals for 6 Months.

Advanced Package @ 21000/-

  • 2 Digital Signature Certificates
  • 2 Designated Partner Identification Numbers
  • 1 Name Approval Application
  • Form Filing for Incorporation
  • LLP deed Drafting
  • LLP deed filing
  • PAN
  • MSME Registration
  • GST Registration
  • 6 months GST Returns
  • Consultation by professionals for 12 Months.
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certification (QMS)
  • 1 Trademark Application (After MSME Registration)

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a new form of partnership in India, introduced in the year 2008 and regulated by The Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008.

As the name suggest liability of the partners are limited to the extent of their share. The main object is that one partner should not be liable for the act or negligence of other partner. It combines the features of partnership and a company.

People generally got confused with the selection whether to go for Company or Partnership or LLP. LLP is for those who want to run business as a separate entity and with limited liability, with less compliance and. is the right option to begin the journey. Get LLP Registered by Professionals like Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries. Just contact us for LLP Registration and stay focused towards the dreams of success.

Documents Required for LLP

  • Aadhar card and PAN card of all partners. (Passport in case of NRI or Foreign Partner)
  • Passport Size Photos of all partners.
  • Bank statements of all partners not older than 2 months.              
  • 2 Proposed Names for Firm
  • Business Object
  • Address Proof of place of business (Electricity bill or Rent Deed or Registry)
  • Contact Details of all partners (Email id and Mobile No)

Advantages of LLP

Limited Liability: Not like as partnerships, Liability of Partners are limited to the extent of their capital contribution only, hence no impact on partners personal assets.

Separate Legal Entity: As a Company, LLP do enjoys separate legal entity. The Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008, defines LLP as a separate legal entity then its partners.

Less Compliance: Compliance under LLP is less in compare to Companies; even the audits are also not required for every LLP.

Difference between Limited Liability Partnership and Partnership

GOVERNED BY: Limited Liability Act, 2008 The Partnership Act, 1932
TIME For Incorporation 7-10 days in complete process 5-7 days
LIABILITY Limited, to the extent their contribution towards LLP, except in case of intentional fraud or wrongful act of omission or commission by the partner. Unlimited. Partners are severally and jointly liable for actions of other partners and the firm and liability extend to their personal assets.
TAX LIABILITY 30%+ health and education cess 30%+ Health and education cess
PRINCIPAL/AGENT RELATIONSHIP Partners act as agents of LLP and not of the other partners. Partners are agents of the firm and other partners.
DIRECTOR IDENTIFICATION NO./ DESIGNATED PARTNER IDENTIFICATION NO. Each Designated Partners is required to have a DPIN before being appointed as Designated Partner of LLP. The partners are not required to obtain any identification number
DIGITAL SIGNATURE As forms are filled electronically, therefore one Designated Partner should have Digital Signatures. There is no requirement of obtaining Digital Signature
ANNUAL FILING Annual Statement of accounts and Solvency & Annual Return is required to be filed with Registrar of Companies every year. No return is required to be filed with Registrar of Firms
AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS All LLP except for those having turnover less than Rs.40 Lacs or Rs.25 Lacs contribution in any financial year are required to get their accounts audited annually as per the provisions of LLP Act 2008. Partnership firms are only required to have tax audit of their accounts as per the provisions of the Income Tax Act
CREDIT WORTHINESS OF ORGANIZATION Will enjoy Comparatively higher creditworthiness from Partnership due to Stringent regulatory framework but lesser than a company. Creditworthiness of firm depends upon goodwill and creditworthiness of its partners
NUMBER OF MEMBERS Minimum 2 partners and there is no limitation of maximum number of partners. Minimum 2 and Maximum 20
REGISTRATION Registration with Registrar of LLP required. Registration  is optional

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Structure of an LLP?

LLP shall be a body corporate and a legal entity separate from its partners. It will have perpetual succession.
The LLP structure is available in countries like United Kingdom, United States of America, various Gulf countries, Australia and Singapore. On the advice of experts who have studied LLP legislations in various countries, the LLP Act is broadly based on UK LLP Act 2000 and Singapore LLP Act 2005. Both these Acts allow creation of LLPs in a body corporate form i.e. as a separate legal entity, separate from its partners/members.
No. The essential requirement for setting LLP is ‘carrying on a lawful business with a view to profit’.
Every partner of an LLP would be, for the purpose of the business of the LLP, an agent of the LLP but not of the other partners. Liability of partners shall be limited except in case of unauthorized acts, fraud and negligence. But a partner shall not be personally liable for the wrongful acts or omission of any other partner. An obligation of the limited liability partnership whether arising in contract or otherwise, is solely the obligation of the limited liability partnership. The liabilities of LLP shall be met out of the property of the LLP.
An LLP shall be under obligation to maintain annual accounts reflecting true and fair view of its state of affairs. A “Statement of Accounts and Solvency” in prescribed form shall be filed by every LLP with the Registrar every year.
Every LLP would be required to file with ROC, every year, an Annual Return, contents of which would be prescribed under rules.
Registrar would have power to obtain such information which he may consider necessary for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of the Act, from any designated partner, partner or employee of the LLP. He would also have power to summon any designated partner, partner or employee of any LLP before him for any such purpose, in case the information has not been furnished to him or in case the Registrar is not satisfied with the information furnished to him.
Yes. The LLP Act contains enabling provisions pursuant to which a firm (set up under Indian Partnership Act, 1932) and private company or unlisted public company (incorporated under Companies Act) would be able to convert themselves into LLPs. Provisions of clause 58 and Schedule II to Schedule IV to the Act provide procedure in this regard.
Yes as per latest amendments of companies act 2013. And LLP can now get converted into company but after following certain procedure and with certain limitations and boundations.
Provisions of clauses 60 to 62 of the Act provide for the manner in which compromises or arrangements including mergers and amalgamations involving LLPs shall be allowed.