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LLP model has over the last decade proved to be a simplest way of establishing a business entity providing limited liability to its owners.

LLPs are appropriate for professional services firms, such as financial advisories, ad-agencies, and others.

LLP was introduced in India through the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008 for a primary reason of providing an easy to manage business-model with the included benefits of a limited liability framework to all the partners, thus protecting them within the partnership as well as outside of it, similar to that of shareholders in a Private Limited Company (PLC).

Digital Filings can help you in…:

 Obtaining Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs) and Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN) (Two Each);

 Registering the Director with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA);

 Assisting you Picking up a Unique Name for your LLP;

 Drafting constitution / LLP Agreement for the business;

 Getting the Company’s TAN and PAN Issued by the NSDL.

Required Documentation Chart

Indian Resident

To be Submitted by Partners

 

  • Self Attested and Scanned copy of PAN Card or Passport
  • Self Attested and Scanned copy of Voter’s ID / Passport / Driver’s License
  • Self Attested and Scanned copy of Latest Bank Statement / Telephone or Mobile Bill / Utility Bills (Electricity / Water / Gas)
  • Scanned passport-sized photograph
  • Specimen signature (blank document with signature)

For the Registered Office

  • Scanned copy of Latest Bank Statement / Telephone or Mobile Bill / Utility Bills (Electricity / Water / Gas)
  • Scanned copy of Notarized Rental Agreement in English
  • Scanned copy of No-Objection Certificate from the property owner
  • Scanned copy of Sale Deed/Property Deed in English (in case of owned property)
Note: Registered office can be a commercial space or even a residence.

Non-Resident Indian / Foreign Resident

To be Submitted by Directors

  • Notarized and Scanned copy of Passport*
  • Notarized and Scanned copy of Passport / Driver’s License*
  • Notarized and Scanned copy of Latest Bank Statement / Telephone or Mobile Bill / Utility Bills (Electricity / Water / Gas)*
  • Specimen signature (blank document with signature)

*Documents to be apostilled if the director is from a Commonwealth country.

For the Registered Office

  • Scanned copy of Latest Bank Statement / Telephone or Mobile Bill / Utility Bills (Electricity / Water / Gas)
  • Scanned copy of Notarized Rental Agreement in English
  • Scanned copy of No-Objection Certificate from the property owner
  • Scanned copy of Sale Deed/Property Deed in English (in case of owned property)
Note: Registered office can be a commercial space or even a residence.

Key-Advantages of an LLP

Distinct Entity

Perpetual Succession

No Distinction

Agreement Flexibility

Fewer Mandates

Ease to Transfer

Easy to Shut-Down

Distinct Entity

An LLP is a separate legal entity and, therefore, can own property, incur debts, can sue / be sued, and enjoys various other benefits in its legal capacity. Assets owned by an LLP are solely under its ownership, and no partner can claim those. Additionally, the partners of an LLP are not personally liable to the creditors for the debts entered into by the LLP.

Perpetual Succession

Until an LLP is legally dissolved, it can enjoy the privileges of an on-going business concern, irrespective of the demise or exit of any partner.

Limited Liability

The partners’ liability in an LLP is limited to the extent of their individual contribution to the business. Moreover, partners’ personal assets are protected from any liability of the LLP, unless any fraud is detected.

Agreement Flexibility

Every Partner in an LLP enjoys a freedom to draft the LLP agreement (to define the roles, authorities, and responsibilities) as per their own preferences.

Fewer Mandates

Unlike a PLC, an LLP is much easier and cheaper to operate as there are less annual compliances, making it an appropriate mechanism for start-ups and small businesses that seek minimal compliance and regulatory mandates. Moreover, there is no audit required, if an LLP has less than INR 40 Lacs of turnover and a capital contribution of below INR 25 Lacs.

No Distinction

An LLP has partners as its owners and managers, unlike a PLC business model, where directors may be different from its shareholders.

Easy to Shut-Down

As compared to the PLC, an LLP is easy to set-up and simpler to wind-up. While it still takes just 2 to 3 months to complete the winding-up process, it can take over a year to shut-down an operational PLC.

Easy to Transfer

Since LLP holds a separate identity from that of its partners, the ownership can easily be transferred, just by introducing other partners in the LLP.

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What People Frequently Ask…

How many directors are required to form a Pvt. Ltd. Co.?

A Pvt. Ltd. Co. can be formed by having a minimum of two and a maximum of 15 directors with at least one must be a resident of India.

What is the minimum capital requirement for setting-up an Pvt. Ltd. Co.?

There is no minimum capital requirement in case of a Pvt. Ltd. Co., however, it should have an authorized capital of at least INR 1 lac.

Why do start-ups prefer Pvt. Ltd. Co. model?

Start-ups choose to be a Pvt. Ltd. Co. as it enables them to raise venture capital funding and offer their best employees stock options. Without funding and stock options, it’s almost impossible to build and scale a large business. Banks and fund lenders prefer to fund a Pvt. Ltd. Co. over any other form of business.

Pvt. Ltd. Co. can be registered only on a commercial property?

No, the registered office of Pvt. Ltd. Co. does not have to be a commercial space as it can be registered on a residential property, even a rented home (as long as an NoC is obtained from the landlord).

Who can be a member of a Pvt. Ltd. Co.?

Any individual or a company, can become a Pvt. Ltd. Co., however, an individual must be over 18 years of age and should have a valid PAN card.

What guidelines to be followed to pick a name for a Pvt. Ltd. Co.?

The Registrar of Company (RoC) expect applicant to follow a few naming guidelines, including first checking the name availability in the MCAs database. Also, some of the rules are subjective, which means that approval can depend on officer’s opinion handling your application, however, the chances of name approval can improve, if you cautiously follow the rules.

How to obtain company incorporation certificate?

Company incorporation certificate is provided by the MCA as a soft copy in a PDF document.

Can NRIs and foreign nationals or foreign entities register a Pvt. Ltd. Co.?

Yes, NRIs, foreign nationals, and foreign entities can register a Pvt. Ltd. Co. and invest in India, subject to the Foreign Direct Investment norms set by the RBI. Moreover, incorporation rules in India require one Indian national must be on the Board of Directors.