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Limited Liability Partnership

Real Estate Developers, family owned businesses and service sector firms generally prefer Limited Liability Partnership. It has become popular because it has advantages of both partnership firms as well as Private limited company. Businesses prefer this entity because it has feature of Limited Liability and still the compliance is lesser than that of Private Limited Company. LLP is governed by the Ministry of Corporate affairs and Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.

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  • 100 Visiting cards for 2 Directors
  • Physical Incorporation Certificate
  • Physical Share Certificate
  • 21 Agreement Formats

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Duration for Registration

  • It takes 8-10 working days to incorporate a Limited Liability Partnership.

Minimum Requirement

  • Minimum 2 Indian Designated Partners
  • If a body corporate is a partner, it has to appoint a natural person as its nominee

Benefits of Limited Liability Partnership

Limited Liability

It offers a great advantage to the partners for limiting their personal risk because an LLP can enter into a contractual relationship in its own capacity. Businesses prefer LLP registration over partnership so that their personal assets remain safe in case of loss, or even insolvency. Liability of financial contribution of any partner is restricted to the capital contributed as per the LLP agreement.

Corporate Identity/ Seperate Legal Existence

Governed by the LLP Act of 2008, it allows the business to contract with other entities, take legal action, own assets and borrow funds in the name of an LLP itself unlike Patnership firms. It has a separate legal identity than its partners.

Perpetual Succession

Unlike partnership/ proprietorship which gets dissolved on the death of its owner, Pvt Limited Company continues its operation as shares are transferred to the nominee and new Director is appointed.

Lesser Compliance than Private Limited Company

A key benefit of registering an LLP over a private company is lesser compliance requirement. It doesn’t have a mandatory audit requirement until a certain level of turnover or contribution. Unlike companies, compliances related to board meetings, statutory meetings, etc. do not apply to LLPs.

Documents Required

PAN Card

PAN Card of shareholders and Directors. Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport.

Identity Proof

Aadhar card and Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License of Shareholders and Directors.

Director’s Address Proof

Latest Telephone Bill /Electricity Bill/ Bank Account Statement of Shareholders and Directors.


Latest Passport size photograph of Shareholders and Directors.

Business Address Proof

Latest Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill of the registered office address

NOC from owner

No Objection Certificate to be obtained from the owner(s) of registered office

Rent Agreement

Rent Agreement of the registered office should be provided if any


In case of NRI or Foreign National, documents of director(s) must be notarized or apostilled


Data & Document Collection

Fill up basic details in form & share required documents.


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Entity Type Private Limited Company One Person Company LLP Partnership Firm Sole Proprietorship
Act Companies Act, 2013 Companies Act, 2013 Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 Indian Partnership Act, 1932 No Specified Act
Minimum Shareholders 2 Directors and Shareholders 1 Person 2 Partners 2 Partners 1 Person
Maximum Shareholders 200 Shareholders 1 Person No Limit 100 Partners 1 Person
Duration for Registration 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 7 - 10 working days 2-3 working days
Mandatory Compliances
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit
  • Income Tax Return
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit
  • Income Tax Return
  • Secretarial Compliances
  • Statutory Audit if sales exceeds Rs 40 Lakhs.
  • Income Tax Return
  • Income Tax Return Income Tax Return
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Easy to raise funds.
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Easy to raise funds.
  • Limited Liability.
  • Corporate Identity.
  • Perpetual Succession.
  • Lesser Compliance than Pvt Ltd Co.
  • Easy to Start.
  • Easy Decision Making.
  • Less Compliance.
  • Easy to establish and operate.
  • Sole beneficiay of Pofits.
  • Simple Compliance and Taxation
  • Disadvantages
  • Cost of compliance is higher than LLP.
  • Closure compliance is more than LLP.
  • Compulsory Statutory Audit
  • Cost of compliance is higher than Proprietorship.
  • Closure compliance is more.
  • Compulsory Statutory Audit
  • Raising funds from Investors is difficult than Private Limited Co.
  • Cannot be converted into Private Limited Company
  • Unlimited Liability.
  • Difficulty in raising funds from Investors.
  • No Perpetual succession.
  • Unlimited Liability.
  • Difficulty in raising funds.
  • Higher tax if Income exceeds specified Limit.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the concept of LLP?

    LLP is an alternative corporate business form that gives the benefits of limited liability of a company and the flexibility of a partnership.

    What is the structure of LLP?

    LLP is a body corporate and a legal entity separate from its partners. It will have perpetual succession.

    What is the Difference between LLP & "traditional partnership firm"?

    Under “traditional partnership firm”, every partner is liable, jointly with all the other partners and also severally for all acts of the firm done while he is a partner. While under LLP structure, liability of the partner is limited to his agreed contribution.

    What is the Difference between LLP & Company?

    A basic difference between an LLP and a company lies in the internal structure. Company is regulated by statute (i.e. Companies Act, 1956) whereas for an LLP it would be by a contractual agreement between partners.

    • The management-ownership divide attached in a structure of a company is not there in a limited liability partnership.
    • LLP has more flexibility as compared to a company.
    • LLP has lesser compliance requirements as compared to a company.

    Can an existing partnership firm or company be converted to LLP?

    Yes, an existing partnership firm or a company (unlisted) can be converted into LLP. There are many advantages to converting a partnership firm into an LLP.

    Whether these form of structure is available in other countries?

    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.

    Whether an entity which has objectives like “charitable or other not for profit objectives” would be able to set up under LLP Act?

    No. The essential requirement for setting LLP is ‘carrying on a lawful business with a view to profit’.

    Whether a body corporate can be a partner of an LLP?

    Yes. Body corporate can become partner in an LLP.

    What are the requirements in respect of “Designated Partners”?

    Appointment of at least two “Designated Partners” is mandatory for all LLPs. “Designated Partners” shall also be accountable for regulatory and legal compliances, besides their liability as partners
    There are no limitations in terms of citizenship or residential status to be a Partner in LLP. Therefore, the LLP Act, 2008 allows Foreign Nationals, including Foreign Companies & LLPs to incorporate LLP in India. The pre-requisite is to have at least one Designated Partner who is a resident of India. However, the person should be of the age 18 years. This is to ensure that the person in LLP is not a minor and competent enough to enter into contract. Also, the proposed Designated Partner shall have DIN.

    Is there any minimum capital requirement for LLP registration in India?

    No. There is no minimum amount prescribed to form an LLP in India. It can be started with any amount of capital. Although there is no minimum requirement, every partner must make a contribution financially to form LLP. The amount of capital contribution is disclosed in the LLP Agreement and amount of stamp duty is decided by the total contribution amount.

    How to reserve the name for a LLP?

    LLP name availability is as an essential part for an online LLP registration. The name of an LLP is reserved through a form named “LLP-RUN” (Reserve Unique Name). The partners can provide maximum of 2 names in preferential order to reserve any one. The registrar may ask to re-submit the application with different name, if names do not fall under criteria of uniqueness, relevancy or does not fulfil the necessary requirements.

    What is LLP Agreement? Does it require filing with MCA?

    LLP Agreement is an agreement executed by all partners after LLP incorporation in India. The agreement prescribes all the clauses related to business, including the rights, roles, duties, and responsibilities of partners. The agreement must be filed within 30 days of the issue of a certificate of incorporation. Failure to do so carries an additional fee of ₹ 100 per day till the date of filing.

    How much is the Stamp Duty amount for LLP Agreement? Whether its notarization is mandatory?

    The amount of capital contribution is decides the stamp duty on the LLP Agreement in India. The rate of stamp duty varies from State to State. The State Stamp Act will be applied depending on where the registered office is situated. The amount of ₹ 500 is included in our package. Further, the Notary on the Agreement is not a statutory requirement and not required by the MCA. A notary can be required by the bank officials but is not mandatory for incorporation of an LLP.

    Can an LLP carry on more than one business activities?

    Yes, a Limited Liability Partnership registered in India can carry on more than one business subject to their relevancy. The activities must be related with each other or in the same field itself. Unrelated activities such as Fashion Designing and Legal consultancy cannot be carried under same LLP. The business activities are mentioned in the agreement and must be approved from RoC.

    Whether Audit is mandatory for LLP in India?

    Statutory audit in case of LLP registration depends on the turnover and contribution of the LLP. If the LLP turnover exceeds ₹ 40 lacs and/or the capital contribution exceeds ₹ 25 lacs, the financial statements must be audited by the Chartered Accountant.

    What are the compliance requirements after LLP registration?

    Once LLP registration completes, the partners must open a bank account in the name of LLP for business transactions. There is no additional requirement to be fulfilled. However, the partners must deposit the agreed amount to contribute as and when required. Furthermore, the annual compliance filing must be fulfilled every year.

    Is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) allowed in LLP?

    Yes, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is allowed in LLP under the automatic route in the sectors allowed by the Foreign Investments Promotion Board (FIPB). However, Foreign Institutional Investors (Flls) and Foreign Venture Capital Investors (FVCIs) will not be permitted to invest in LLPs. Also LLPs are not permitted to avail External Commercial Borrowings (ECB.)