Limited Liability Partnership Company



LLP Partnership Registration Services Included:

  • 2 DSC
  • 2 DINS
  • LLP Agreement
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • PAN
  • TAN

Documents Required for LLP Company Registration

  • PAN of all partners (Minimum 2)
  • Address proof (Voter id/Passport/Driving license/Aadhar card/Bank statement) of all partners
  • Latest passport size photographs of all partners
  • Registered office address proof ( Electricity bill & Rent agreement or Ownership Proof & NOC)
  • Additional address proof of all partners ( Mobile bill / Telephone bill / Bank statement / Electricity bill)

Rs. 8,500/- onwards

Process Involved:

Incorporation documents

Incorporation documents prepared and sent for signature.

Apply for Digital signature

Once signed documents are received, apply for digital signature of directors.

Apply for DIN

Now, application for DIN of Directors will be filled.

Name Approval

Once DSC and DIN of all partners received, Application for name approval is filled with MCA. MCA approves name after checking its availability.

Registration form

Incorporation documents is prepared and filled with ROC.

Incorporation Approval

MCA check and approve the application.

Incorporation Certificate with PAN and TAN

PAN and TAN are allotted along with Incorporation Certificate by ROC. All documents will be mailed to client to their respective email id.

Frequently Asked Questions

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) company is widely accepted form of company registration in west and is gaining momentum in India as well now. Started in 2008, LLP registration has seen a phenomenal growth from 2011 to 2014. The cost of LLP incorporation is lesser than a Private Limited Company incorporation and compliances are less stringent.

  • LLP is governed by the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008, which has come into force with effect from April 1, 2009. The Indian Partnership Act, 1932 is not applicable to LLP.
  • LLP is a body incorporate and a legal entity separate from its partners having perpetual succession, can own assets in its name, sue and be sued.
  • The partners have the right to manage the business directly, unlike corporate shareholders.
  • One partner is not responsible or liable for another partner’s, misconduct or negligence.
  • Minimum of 2 partners and no maximum limit.