Limited Liability Partnership

Business Formation

A blend of benefits of limited liability and flexibility of partnership which makes LLP form of business a corporate alternative to private limited company. Lower compliances and ability to raise funds from different sources along with ease of management makes this form of framework desirable among business owners.

A limited liability partnership is a constitution that has the legal capacity of a company and the flexibility of working as a partnership. The concept of LLP was introduced in India in the year 2008.There should be a minimum of two designated partners and there is no upper limit for the number of partners. Among the two designated partners, one should be a resident in India.

The process of registration of a Limited Liability Partnership:

Obtain the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC):

  • The registration process of an LLP is done online and hence there is a requirement for the digital signatures of the designated partners.
  • To apply for a digital signature the partners should possess a PAN number, passport size photo, identity proof and address proof.

Obtain the Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN):

Form DIR-3 is submitted to obtain the following document. The Designated Partners Identification Number is allotted by the Registrar of Companies.

  • The designated partners should submit their self-attested Aadhar and PAN card details along with Digital Signature Certificates and the DSCs of respective professionals engaged in the formation of the LLP.

Approval of name of the LLP

  • The LLP’s name is procured by filing the form RUN-LLP (Reserve Unique Name – Limited Liability Partnership), which is uploaded to the MCA portal.
  • Before submission, it is to be looked at with precision that the chosen name hasn’t been taken up earlier. This curbs the chance of the name being rejected.
  • Two name options can be submitted along with the form. If at all the name is rejected, there is a second chance to submit two name options.

Incorporation of LLP

  • Once the name is reserved, it is required to log on to the MCA portal and fill in Form 2- Incorporation document and Statement.
  • A prescribed fee has to be given based on the monetary value of the proposed contributions of the partners of the LLP.
  • The statement is to be signed using the Digital Signature Certificate of the designated partners and the professionals who are engaged in the formation of the LLP.
  • The Registrar, once satisfied with the above compliances; grants the Certificate of Incorporation i.e., Form 16 within 14 days of filing Form 2.

LLP Agreement

  • Form 3 (Information concerning LLP agreement and changes, if any made therein) and Form-4 (Notice of Appointment of Partner or Designate Partner, his consent etc.) can be filed with a prescribed fee simultaneously with Form 2 or within 30 days of incorporation or 30 days of the subsequent changes.

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    • A Body Corporate: It is having a separate legal entity from its partners.
    • Perpetual Succession: An LLP has existed for an indefinite period. It doesn’t dissolve due to one or all of its partners.
    • Capacity to sue and to be sued: As it is a separate legal entity, it can sue others if any wrongdoings and be sued by anyone.
    • Mutual Agency: One of the prominent differences, when compared to a partnership, is that liability that is caused by illicit actions of one partner need not be borne by the rest of the partners of the LLP.
    • Limited Liability: The partners of an LLP have limited liability i.e.; their obligations are limited to the agreed share of contribution to the Limited Liability Partnership as per Section 26 of the Act.
    • Business for Profit only: A Limited Liability Partnership can be constituted only for businesses with the purpose to make profits, it cannot have aims such as charitable or non-profits.
    • Minimum and Maximum number of partners:  Every LLP should have a minimum of two partners and at least two individuals as designated partners. And one of the designated partners should be a resident in India. There is no limit to the maximum number of partners in an LLP.


  • The fee for LLP registration as decided by the MCA is based on the capital invested in an LLP. The limits are:

    • If an LLP’s contribution does not exceed one lakh, the fee to be paid is Rs.500.
    • If an LLP’s contribution is between one lakh and five lakhs, the fee is Rs 2000.
    • If an LLP’s contribution exceeds five lakhs but is lesser than 10 lakhs, then the fee to be paid is Rs. 4000.
    • If an LLP’s contribution exceeds 10 Lakhs, then the fee to be paid is Rs.5000.
  • No, only a private or an unlisted company can be converted to an LLP.

  • The name can be reserved for a time of three months with the Registrar. However, foreign LLPs and companies have the opportunity to reserve their existing names for three years after the initial intimation to the Registrar.

    • High penalty for non-compliance
    • No scope for equity investments
    • Higher tax rates for LLP.
    • Financial details have to be disclosed publicly.

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