KlientSure Consultancy Services

LLP Registration

Ideal business structure for Small and Medium sized Enterprises going for Partnership 

SAVE 40% COST..!!!

(Takes 18-30 days)

What Is Included In Our LLP Registration Package?

Procedure For LLP Registration

Complete our Simple Form

You need to fill our simple company registration form and submit documents for formation of a company.

Obtain DSC and DIN from us

After submitting your documents we will provide you with DSC and DPIN.

LLP Verification & Name Approval

Details provided by you will be verified & then we shall apply for LLP name approval

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LLP Document Submission

We will create all the required documents (MOA & AOA) and file them with ROC for your LLP.

Your work is completed

We will create all the required documents (MOA & AOA) and file them with ROC for your LLP.

Why choose LLP Registration?

  • It has a separate legal entity, unlike partnership firms.

  • The liability and responsibility of every partner are limited to the contribution made by the partner.

  • An LLP has ‘perpetual succession’, that is extended survival until it is brought into end by mutual agreement between the partners.

  • The cost of forming an LLP is low.

  • Audit not required as LLP are medium and small businesses who want to have minimal regulatory compliance linked to formalities.

  • Less agreement and regulations in the formation of LLP.

  • No terms for minimum capital contribution.

  • The ownership of an LLP can be easily shifted to another person. All you require is to recruit them as a Designated Partner of the LLP.

The least number of partners to incorporate an LLP is 2 and the maximum has no limit. The powers and responsibilities of designated partners are administered by the LLP agreement. They are straight responsible for the compliance of all the provisions of LLP Act 2008 and terms defined in LLP agreement.

If you want to commence your company with Limited Liability Partnership, then you must get it enrolled under the Limited liability Partnership Act, 2008.

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