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  • Draft Limited Liability Partnership agreement as per LLP Act
  • Register your Limited Liability Partnership with MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs)
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Online Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Registration

An overview- LLP Registration Online

LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) is governed by Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, which took shape after January 2009. LLP registration is highly recommended for business/ startups aspiring higher growth with least compliance.

Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 provides benefits of partnership firm along with limited liability protection. An LLP must have at least two partners to be formed, and maximum number of partners, on the other hand, has no upper limit.

LLP must have two designated partners, one of whom must be an Indian citizen. All provisions of the LLP Act of 2008, as well as those mentioned in the LLP agreement, are directly liable for compliance by the partners.

Startups and entrepreneurs should incorporate their business with LLP registration to avail the benefits of limited liability and less compliance cost. We, Startup Club India with the help of our experienced professionals and expert team help business owners/ entrepreneurs to register LLP online.

Mandatory documents required to Register an LLP in India

Mandatory documents which are required to register a LLP in India are identity proofs of proposed designated partners/ partners and address proofs. Below is the list of documents accepted by MCA for online registration of the LLP.

Identity and Address proofs

  • Scanned copy of PAN card and Aadhaar Card
  • Scanned copy of Passport/DL/Voter ID
  • Scanned copy of Latest Bank Statement/ Telephone or Mobile Bill/ Electricity Bill/ Gas Bill
  • Passport Size Photo

Note- For Foreign Nationals, Translated and Notarized copy of Passport is mandatory. Residence proof like electricity bills and bank statements should not be older than two months. All the above mentioned documents should be self attested.

Proof of registered office

For Online LLP Registration in India, the LLP should have registered office in India, that can be residential and commercial as well. You need to submit the documents listed below:-

  • Scanned copy of Telephone Bill/Water Bill/Electricity Bill
  • Telephone bills/ electricity bills/ bank statements
  • No Objection certificate from landlord (in case of rented premises)
  • Scanned copy of Notarized Rental Agreement (in case of rented premises)
  • Scanned copy of ownership documents

Why to choose LLP for business in India?

You should choose Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) registration to gain the following benefits.

  • Limited Liability of the Partners

    The liability of each partner in an LLP is limited to his agreed contribution. Individual partners are also protected from joint liability produced by another partner's improper acts or misbehaviour because no partner is liable for the autonomous or un-authorized acts of other partners.

  • Separate Legal Existence

    As per the LLP Act, 2008, registering Limited Liability Partnership provides separate legal existence from its partners. It allows LLPs to take legal actions, lending money and enter into contract with other businesses itself.

  • Low cost compliances

    Only LLPs with a turnover of more than Rs.40 lakhs or capital of over 25 lakhs, the accounts must be audited by a Chartered Accountant. Because there are only three compliances each year, an LLP is considerably easier and less expensive to manage than a private limited company.

  • Flexible Operation of the business

    LLP agreement between partners, specifies rights and responsibilities of the partners. Designated partners are appointed in LLP to manage operations/ day to day activities. It helps to protect partners interest in case of loss or any unlawful action taken by other partners.

  • Easy Windup

    In comparison to a private limited company, an LLP is not only easier to form but also to wind up. While this process still takes two to three months, closing a private limited business can take up to a year.

A Detailed Process to Register LLPs in India

Here is the detailed procedure of LLP registration online in India. Following steps are required to be followed for hassle free registration process-

  • 1

    Filing of Form – RUN (Reserve Unique name of LLP)

  • 2

    Arrange the documents of partners and fill the form with accuracy.

  • 3

    Apply for DSC (Digital Signature Certificate) and DPIN (Designated Partner Identification Number)

  • 4

    Verification of documents by registrar.

  • 5

    Prepare an LLP agreement

  • 6

    Get your LLP certificate by MCA.

  • 7

    Apply for PAN and TAN

FAQs on Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) registration online

Individuals can only be designated partners. Two or more partners can be recognised as Designated Partners among the members of a Limited Liability Partnership. At least one Designated Partner must be an Indian Resident in any LLP.
LLP agreement is a contract among partners or among designated partners and the LLP. It establishes the liabilities, rights and responsibilities of the partners towards other partners and the LLPs. It is mandatory for LLPs to file this agreement to MCA within 30 days of registration.
DPIN (Designated Partners Identification Number) is an identification number alloted to designated partners by the MCA. It is provided to them for their identification among the partners.
It must have at least 2 designated partners and no limit on maximum number of partners. Designated partners are accountable to the functioning and regulation of the LLPs.
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a type of partnership in which each member is only liable for their own actions. Management activities are open to all partners.
General partnership is the partnership among many partners for a business. They do share the profit and liabilities among themselves with unlimited liability.

While LLP is a type of partnership in which each member is only liable for their own actions. Management activities are open to all partners.
In LLPs operating in sectors or activities where 100% FDI is allowed through the automatic route and there are no FDI-linked performance conditions, FDI is permitted via the automatic route.

The responsibility of each partner in an LLP is limited to his agreed contribution. Individual partners are also protected from joint responsibility caused by another partner's unlawful acts or misbehaviour since no partner is accountable for the autonomous or un-authorized acts of other partners.

The benefits of LLP registration are-

  • Less cost of compliances
  • No minimum capital required
  • Registration cost is low
  • No audit is required until a certain turnover limit or contribution
The liability of the Partner is limited solely to Partnership Agreement. The Designated Partners are responsible towards the day to day functioning , liabilities prescribed by LLP Agreement
In an LLP, there is no minimum capital requirement. An LLP can be created with the smallest amount of money feasible.
The documents required to register a Limited Liability Company in India are listed above. All the documents mentioned above are mandatory for LLP registration.
Only LLPs with a turnover of more than Rs.40 lakhs or capital of over 25 lakhs, the accounts must be audited by a Chartered Accountant.
To reserve a name for an LLP, you should apply for RUN-LLP service on MCA portal. You are required to propose at least two names for it. It should be a unique name and must not match with the name of an existing entity.
Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, has provided a platform to small business, medium enterprises, professional services, advocates, and chartered accountants etc. to efficiently conduct their business. It would create competitiveness globally.

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