LLP is a partnership firm with additional benefits of a private limited company. It is launched in the year 2008, LLP offers various benefits over the traditional partnership firms.
Price Rs. 9,999/- (exclusive of government fees)
The above rate is exclusive of GST@18%.
Purchase our plan and you will be entitled to the services relating to:
1. DPIN/DIN (2)
2. Name approval
4. PAN and TAN application
1. For Partners
(a) PAN card (Self attested)
(b) Aadhaar card (Self attested)
(c) Identity Proof - Voter ID/Driving Licence/or Passport (Self attested)
(d) Residential Proof - Bank statement/Electricity bill/or Telephone bill (Not older than 2 months)
2. For Registered Office
(a) Rent agreement (along with rent receipts) /Lease deed/or Purchase agreement
(b) Utility Bill (Electricity bill/Gas bill/or Telephone bill) - Not older than 2 months
3. Any other information, if required, will be communicated.
Collection of documents
Our experts will collect the necessary documents and information, if any.
Obtaining DSC, DIN and Name approval
Digital Signature Certificate(DSC) and Director Identification Number(DIN) is required for the proposed Directors of the Private Limited Company.
A minimum of one and a maximum of six proposed names must be submitted to the MCA. Subject to availability and naming guidelines, Name Approval can be obtained.
Registration documents can be submitted to the MCA along with an application for registration.
A Limited Liabilty Partnership firm (LLP) is a hybrid structure between a partnership firm & a private limited company where the business is carried out in a corporate framework, guided by terms of the mutually adopted partnership deed.
(a) Liability- In a general partnership firm, partners are personally liable for debts of the business which means that even their personal property may be used to settle the firm’s debts. Whereas, the liability of partners is limited in case of an LLP.
(b) Immunity against wrong doings of other partners- Under LLP structure, partners are not responsible for negligence or misconduct of other partners whereas in general partnership firms, partners can be held responsible.