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One of India's preferred forms of business among entrepreneurs is Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). LLP is an alternative corporate business form that gives the benefits of both a Company and a Partnership Firm.

The LLP is a separate legal entity and is liable to the full extent of its assets. Still, the liability of the partners is limited to their agreed contribution to the LLP, and only a minimum of two partners are required to incorporate an LLP. For Limited Liability Partnership to be a legally valid entity, it must be registered under the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.

So, are you ready to take your business to the next level? Legal251's Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Registration is the perfect way to do it! With our hassle-free process, get all the legal assistance you need to register your LLP in no time, enjoy the peace of mind that comes with Legal251's professional service, and get ready for success!


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Proprietorship vs Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) vs Company







A sole proprietorship is a business owned and operated by a single individual.

A partnership is a legal arrangement where two or more individuals or entities agree to share ownership, responsibilities, profits, and liabilities of a business.

An LLP is a hybrid business structure that combines elements of partnerships and company. It offers limited liability to its partners, protecting their personal assets from the liabilities of the business.

A company is a legal entity that exists separately from its owners (shareholders). It can be a private limited company or a public limited company. Shareholders' are the owners of the company and their liability is limited to their investment, and the company's operations and management are governed by the board of directors.


In a proprietorship, a single individual owns and manages the business.

A partnership involves two or more individuals (partners) who share ownership and management responsibilities.

Partners have limited liability, meaning their personal assets are generally protected from business debts or liabilities.

A company is a legal entity separate from its owners (shareholders). Shareholders have limited liability, and their personal assets are not typically at risk for company debts.

Registration Time

7-15 working days

Promoter Liability

Unlimited Liability

Limited Liability


Governed by Local Laws

Under Partnership Act, 1932

LLP Act, 2008

Under Companies Act,2013

Compliance Requirements

Compliance in accordance with- Income Tax Laws and other Local Laws

Compliance in accordance with- Income Tax Laws and other Local Laws

Compliance in accordance with-Income Tax Laws, Local Laws, Companies Act and other as applicable

Compliance in accordance with-Income Tax Laws, Local Laws, Companies Act and other as applicable


Income is taxed at the individual's income tax rates.

Income is generally taxed at the individual partners' income tax rates.

Taxed as a partnership, where partners are individually taxed on their share of profits.

Subject to corporate tax rates. Shareholders are taxed on dividends received.

  How to apply 


Limited Liability

The partners of an LLP have limited liability, which means their personal assets are protected in case of business debts or legal liabilities. The personal assets of partners are not at risk, and their liability is limited to their agreed-upon contribution to the LLP.

Separate Legal Entity

An LLP is a separate legal entity distinct from its partners. It can own assets, enter into contracts, and sue or be sued in its own name. This separation provides a clear distinction between personal and business matters.

Easy Formation and Maintenance

LLP registration involves a simple and straightforward process compared to other business structures like companies. It has fewer compliance requirements and ongoing obligations, reducing the administrative burden and costs of compliance.

Flexibility in Ownership and Management

LLPs provide flexibility in terms of ownership and management. Partners have the freedom to determine the profit-sharing ratio and the decision-making process within the LLP. They can also admit new partners or remove existing partners based on the LLP agreement.

No Minimum Capital Requirement

LLPs do not have any prescribed minimum capital requirement. Partners can contribute capital as per their agreement, making it easier to start and operate the business with lower financial obligations.

Taxation Benefits

LLPs enjoy the benefits of pass-through taxation. The LLP itself is not taxed at the entity level. Instead, the partners are taxed individually on their share of profits or income. This eliminates the issue of double taxation that companies may face.

Partner Liability Protection

LLP registration protects partners from being held personally liable for the wrongful acts or misconduct of other partners. Each partner is responsible for their own actions and is not automatically liable for the actions of other partners.

Increased Credibility

Registering as an LLP enhances the credibility and trustworthiness of the business. It provides a formal legal structure, which can be beneficial while dealing with clients, suppliers, lenders, and other stakeholders.


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  Registration Process 



A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a form of business organisation that combines the benefits of a partnership and limited liability. It provides partners with limited liability protection while allowing them to actively participate in the management of the business.
The minimum requirements to register an LLP typically include:
  • A minimum of two partners (individuals or corporate entities).
  • At least two designated partners (individuals) who will be responsible for compliance and management.
  • A registered office address in India.
No, an LLP must have a minimum of two partners. However, there is no upper limit on the maximum number of partners in an LLP.
The key differences between an LLP and a private limited company include:
  • LLP offers limited liability protection to partners, while a private limited company offers limited liability to its shareholders.
  • An LLP has fewer compliance requirements and lower ongoing costs compared to a private limited company.
  • An LLP is taxed as a partnership, with partners being individually taxed, while a private limited company is taxed separately at the entity level.
Yes, it is possible to convert an LLP into a private limited company. However, the conversion process involves compliance with the relevant laws and regulations, including obtaining necessary approvals from the concerned authorities.
Yes, foreign nationals and NRIs can be partners in an LLP. There are no restrictions on their participation, subject to compliance with foreign direct investment (FDI) guidelines and other applicable laws.
Yes, an LLP can change its registered office address. The process involves obtaining partner approval, notifying the Registrar of Companies (RoC), and updating the necessary documents and records with the new address.
Yes, it is mandatory for an LLP to have an LLP agreement. The agreement outlines the rights, duties, and obligations of partners, as well as the LLP's operational and management structure. It must be prepared and filed with the Registrar at the time of LLP registration.

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