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2 DSC What is DSC?
2 DIN What is DIN?
Deed What is Partnership Deed?
COI What is COI?
PAN What is PAN?
TAN What is TAN?
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

DSC are encrypted password protected USB Tokens containing information of a person in the digital form.With DSC only all the MCA forms can be filed.This has led to be an important step towards digital India.

What is DIN?

Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number given to an existing or a proposed partner of the LLP.It is mandatory for every partner of LLP have DIN.

What is Deed?

Partnership Deed is the document of the partnership firm. It contains the objects, powers and scope, terms of partnership of the firm on which each partner mutually consent upon.It defines the bye laws, rules and regulations with which the firm is to be regulated.It mainly contains the capital contribution, profit sharing ratio, terms of retirement and admission of new partner.

What is COI?

Certificate of Incorporation is a kind of birth certificate of a LLP on which CIN Number, date of registration and PAN Number of the LLP is mentioned.It is issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to the LLP.

What is PAN?

Permanent Account Number commonly known PAN No. is issued by the Income Tax Authority to every assessee including LLP. It is a unique 10 digit alphanumeric number issue to every LLP to regulate the tax collection and payments properly.

What is TAN?

LLP are required to deduct TDS on certain specified transactions entered into by it while making payments.TAN number is allotted by the income tax authority to facilitate the deposit of such TDS by the LLP.

LLP Incorporation Process

  • Complete our LLP Form

    You need to fill a simple questionnaire and submit Partners documents, you also need to provide us 6 unique names of LLP.

    Start Step - 1
  • Obtain DPIN and DSC

    We will prepare DSC for all the partners. Using the DSC, we will also apply for the DPIN of the partners.

    2 WORKING DAYS Step - 2
  • Name Approval

    LLP name approval will be filed containing 6 proposed unique names of the company. MCA approves the name next day of filing the form.

    2 WORKING DAYS Step - 3
  • Filing of LLP Incorporation Form

    After name is approved, Documents and Partnership deed is prepared and sent for Signatures. Once signed documents are received, Application of Incorporation is filed with MCA

    3 WORKING DAYS Step - 4
  • Partnership Deed Registration

    Application is filed with MCA for Registration of Partnership Deed.This is required to be done within the 30 days of incorporation.This is the final incorporation process.

    1 WORKING DAY Step - 5

Document Requirements for LLP

  • 1 PAN ( Permanent Account Number) of all Partners.
  • 2 Address Proof ( Voter Id/ Passport/ Driving License/ Aadhar Card) of all Partners
  • 3 Scan of passport size photograph of Partners.
  • 4 Copy of Rent agreement (If rented property)
  • 5 Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
  • 6 Electricity/ Water bill of Registered Office
  • 7 Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
  • 8 Copy of Electricity bill or Bank Statement, Mobile bill, Telephone bill of all Partners with Present address ( it could be different from permanent address)

Advantages of Forming a Limited Liability Partnership

  • Easy Transferability

    The ownership of a LLP can be easily changed. A partner can be retired or admitted to the LLP anytime during the year. All you need to do is enter an agreement supplementary to its incorporation agreement, stating the terms of retiring partner or admitting partner.This terms will generally include the profit sharing ratio and increased contribution brought in by new partners.

  • Separate Legal Entity

    A LLP is a legal entity and a juristic person separate from its partners established under the Act. The partners can sue the LLP or each other and get sued by the LLP.

  • Limited Liability

    One of the most important features of a company is the separation of the personal assets from those of the business. When someone opens a business, they want to make sure that if credit or debt issues arise or if something happens to the business that this does not impact the individual business owners. You also want to make sure that the liabilities associated with more than one owner do not impact the other owners. Separation of business and personal assets of the owners is critical.

  • Perpetual Succession

    A LLP is continued or uninterrupted existence until it is legally dissolved. It existence is unaffected by the change in ownership, retiring/death of existing partner or admission of new partner . Hence, LLP continues to until desired by all the partners.

  • Audit not Required

    If the turnover of the LLP is less than 40 Lakhs and capital contribution of from partners is less than 25 Lakh then LLP is not required to get its accounts audited .Therefore, LLP is ideal for the the businesses that are just starting their operations as it saves you a cost of minimum audit fees around 10,000. It shall be noted that if you are expecting turnover above 40 lakhs in the initial period of two years then it is better to formulate a private limited company.

What is Limited Liability Partnership

LLP refers to Limited liability partnership and is governed by Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008. LLP revolutionised the concept of partnership firms in India by giving protection against unlimited liability and bringing more transparency though filings at Ministry of Corporate Affairs.It is a business structure that provides limited liability to its owners such that one partner is not responsible or liable for another partner's misconduct or negligence and also provides limited liability protection for the owners from the debts of the LLP. It means liability of a partner is restricted only upto his capital contribution and not on his personal assets.

  • What Is included in our Package

    DPIN for 2 Partners, Digital Signature For 2 Partners, Name approval, LLP Agreement, ROC Fees, LLP Pan Card.

  • Drawbacks

    LLPs are not capable of issuing equity shares, LLP should be used for any business that has plans for raising equity funds during its lifecycle.

  • Drawbacks

    It is very difficult to convert a LLP into a company, as its cost of conversion is way much higher than incorporating a new company

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