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Avail of our quick, easy, and completely online services to register your LLP in India. All you need to do is get started with our all inclusive package for LLP registration online available at the most competitive prices along with a number of free complimentary services that we offer for LLP Registration in India.

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How To Register LLP in India

LLP Registration in India can be extremely quick, easy, and simplistic with our wholesome package for LLP registration, available to you at the most competitive prices. The services mentioned in our packages are provided by our robust and dedicated team of highly qualified, skilled and experienced professionals. Additionally, our expert consultants guide you at every single step, without charging any specified consult.
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What do you mean by a Limited Liability Partnership?

A Limited Liability Partnership can be considered as an upgraded version of a Partnership Firm, as it overcomes all the flaws that a Partnership Firm has, without changing the form of business at its core. Few better features that an LLP has in comparison to a Partnership Firm include a mandatory requirement for LLP registration through a completely online process, limited liability for owners, and no maximum limit on the number of partners. Moreover, unlike partners in a partnership firm, partners in an LLP are not responsible for controlling the management of the business. For this purpose, partners are required to appoint Designated Partners.

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Checklist for LLP Registration in India

To register an LLP in India, you are first required to fulfil certain conditions related to the number of partners, number of designated partners, the name, address, and capital of the business. Given below is a list of such prerequisite conditions required for LLP registration in India.

Checklist to register LLP online in India

At least two partners

At least two designated partners

At least one designated partner who is a resident Indian

A registered business address

A unique and valid business name

Some amount of capital infused in the business

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Stepwise Process of LLP Registration

The process for LLP Registration in India can be extremely easy and effortless, provided you avail of our services by subscribing to our all inclusive packages. All you are required to do is furnish the details we ask for in our online questionnaire, and provide us all necessary documents including the DSC of the applicant. Our procedure for LLP registration is completely online, and hence can be completed in no time. We have elaborated the step wise process of LLP registration below.
STEP 1 – Documents & Information For LLP Registration
The process of LLP registration starts with the arrangement of all required documents of the partners, designated partners, registered business address, and the LLP deed. You must provide all these documents to us, before we begin the process of LLP registration for you. Ensure that the documents are updated and correct. Fill out the online questionnaire and furnish the required details.
STEP 2 – Selection of Name for LLP
The name of an LLP must not be identical to the name of an existing company or LLP, or an applied or registered trademark. You can check the availability of the proposed name on the database of LLP and companies, or the database of registered and applied trademarks, available on the websites of MCA and IP India respectively. Follow the guidelines to select a valid name for your LLP.
STEP 3 – Obtaining DSC of the applicant
The process to register an LLP is completely online. The application form for LLP Registration must be filled out online, the required supporting documents must be uploaded along with it, and it must be signed using a digital signature certificate of the applicant designated partner. You can also subscribe to our services for obtaining DSC.
STEP 4 – Name Approval for LLP Registration
After you have selected a valid name for your LLP, you must reserve it using the RUN application available on the MCA website. You can propose two names per application, and get two chances of resubmission if the first two names get invalidated. The application cost of RUN is Rs.1000.
STEP 5 – Fill out and submit the FiLLiP form
FiLLiP form is the form filled out and submitted to the Registrar of Companies for LLP registration in India. The form is required to be signed by any one designated partner of the LLP using a DSC, and be submitted with all necessary supporting documents for LLP registration uploaded with it. Its application fee depends on the authorized capital of the LLP.
STEP 6 – Issue of the Certificate of LLP registration
After the FiLLiP form is submitted to the ROC, the ROC inspects and verifies it thoroughly. Only after he is satisfied with the details furnished in the application for LLP registration, he shall proceed with it and issue a Certificate of LLP Registration. Along with the Certificate the ROC also allots an Identification number to the registered LLP.
STEP 7 – Drafting of LLP Agreement and Filing to ROC
After LLP registration, the partners need to enter into a valid LLP deed and draft the same on the stamp paper. The deed defines the mutual rights and duties of the partners. It should be signed by all partners in the presence of a notary, who shall stamp the deed. The deed is then filed with ROC in Form -3 within 30 days from the date on which the Certificate of LLP Registration was issued.
STEP 8 – PAN Card & TAN Number for the LLP
The PAN and TAN of the LLP can be applied in the forms 49 A and 49 B, as prescribed under the Income Tax Act. Both PAN and TAN are allotted by the Income Tax Department of India. While PAN is necessary for paying income tax, TAN is required to gain entitlement to deduct and collect tax at source.

List of Documents Required For LLP Registration

The documents required for LLP registration can be categorised into the documents of all partners, of the applicant designated partner, of the registered business address, and other legal drafts. We have listed below all documents that are necessary for LLP registration in India. A failure to furnish any of these documents can result in the rejection of your LLP registration application form.
A. Documents of All Partners
  1. Passport Size Colour Photographs
  2. Pan Card
  3. Identity Proof: (any one document)
    1. Passport
    2. Voter ID
    3. Driving License
    4. Aadhar
  4. Address Proof: (any one document)
    1. Telephone Bill
    2. Gas Bill
    3. Electricity Bill
    4. Bank Statement not older than 2 months
B. Documents For Registered Business Address
  1. Proof of Address :
    1. Telephone bill
    2. Gas bill
    3. Electricity bill
    4. Water Bill not older than 2 months
  2. No Objection Certificate (NOC) From Owner
  3. Stamped and Notarised Rent Agreement
C. Legal Drafts
  1. Stamped and Notraised LLP deed
  2. Download NOC Format
  3. Subscriber Sheet for LLP Incorporation
  4. Questionnaire for LLP Registration
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Frequently Asked Questions

The LLP is the most suitable form of business for small businesses in India, as there are fewer regulations to comply with. For instance, unlike a company, auditing account books of an LLP does not become mandatory till the turnover crosses 40 Lac or the capital crosses 25 lac.

Yes, you can register an LLP or convert existing proprietorship or partnership businesses to an LLP. The cost of conversion is relatively higher in comparison to LLP registration in India.

As mentioned earlier, the decision over suitability of forms of businesses, depends upon several factors like the number of owners, amount of capital, mode and scale of operations, objective of business, etc. We recommend that, as an entrepreneur, you closely analyse all the merits and demerits of an LLP form of business and determine its suitability for your business after considering the above mentioned factors. If you struggle to make an informed decision in this regard, you can easily avail the consultancy services of our legal experts. You can fill our “Request a Callback” form, and we will respond back in no time.
The DPIN of designated partners in an LLP, is the equivalent of DIN for Directors in a company. The DPIN is a unique number allotted by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to an individual who may be appointed as the designated partner of the LLP in the near future. For allotment of DPIN, an application is filed to the MCA along with a coloured photograph, a proof of identity, and a proof of registered address of the applicant, duly attested by the applicant. The application must be certified / attested by an independently practicing CA, CS or advocate.

LLPIN is a unique number allotted to the LLP for its identification by the Registrar of Companies. Its allotment is made after the LLP registration, and it is mentioned on the Certificate of LLP registration as well.

We are of the view that a private limited company is a better option for raising investment from the private investor, as the Companies Act has elaborate provisions for easy transfer of ownership by trading its shares to investors. On the other hand, transfer of ownership is extremely difficult in an LLP, as it requires the formation of a new LLP deed, and to the effect the establishment of a new LLP on the documents. With the establishment of a new LLP, all compliances, including a new incorporation, shall have to be repeated. Thus, in our opinion LLP’s are best suited for professionals such as CA, Doctors, Architects and Lawyers, etc who partner to establish a business with the objective of providing professional services.
The capital in an LLP must be introduced by its partners in the form of cash, promissory Notes, tangible or intangible assets, movable or immovable property, etc. The share of capital contribution is mutually decided among partners, and is mentioned in the LLP deed.

The LLP Act does not prescribe any minimum or maximum limits of capital for a limited liability partnership. This means you can start an LLP with any amount of capital as per the requirement of the LLP. However, the capital of the LLP cannot remain nil. after 6 months LLP registration. Moreover, the ROC fee of LLP registration, and the stamp duty payable on the stamping of the LLP agreement is dependent on the authorized capital of an LLP.

Section 2(e) of the LLP Act, specifically defines the word “Business” as including any trade, profession, service and occupation. All businesses operating with these objectives are legally permitted to be set up as LLP. The definition, however, excludes manufacturing businesses, and hence, these cannot be set up as LLPs under the LLP Act.
Any individual or non individual entity, domestic or foreign to India, and resident or non-resident in India can become the partner in an LLP.
Only individuals domestic or foreign to India, or resident or non-resident in India can become the designated partner of an LLP. In case of non-individual entities like corporate bodies, the designated partner representing the corporation can become the designated partner of the LLP under his own name. There is no minimum educational qualification prescribed for becoming a designated partner. Although a minor is not capable of becoming a designated partner of an LLP. Also, note that a person can be appointed as designated partner of an LLP only when he has obtained the DPIN from the MCA.
In an LLP form of business, ownership and control of management is held by two separate designations. While partners are only entitled to hold the ownership of the LLP, the designated partners are responsible only for the control of its management. The same individual can become the partner and designated partner of an LLP, only by acting under two separate designations.
The designated partner(s) has been entrusted with the responsibility of controlling the management of the LLP in the most efficient manner. The most important responsibility of the designated partners is to ensure that the LLP complies with several mandatory legal and tax laws applicable on it, on or before the prescribed due date. . In case of non-compliance or late compliance, the designated partner shall be liable to pay the fines, penalties and late fees imposed on the LLP from his personal pocket.
Yes, there is no legal restriction on a person in employment to become a partner or a designated partner in the LLP. However, you should check the employment documents such as offer letter, appointment letter, terms of employment and the general policy of HR to find if there is any such restriction imposed by the employer upon you.

LLP Registration is an online process and takes a week from the date of filing of application. However, the timeline can increase if the application has not been filled properly, or if the details and documents furnished in the application for LLP registration are incorrect or incomplete.