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Proprietorship Registration

Get your LLP’s partners changed today

An LLP’s partners may come and go, but the company will survive. A change of partners, however, necessitates adherence to the LLP agreement’s processes. An LLP’s partners can change due to a partner’s death, resignation, or rights transfer, among other things. Fasttrack Filing and Change LLP have teamed up.


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Change LLP Partners – Admission, Resignation, or Death

If any of the following situations occur, the LLP’s partners may change:


Admission of a New Partner

The LLP may allow new partners by diluting their profit rights or by transferring some of the partners’ rights to new partners. For example, if A and B are partners in an LLP with 50 percent ownership, and C is admitted with 20 percent ownership, the new ratio will be 40 percent, 40 percent, and 20 percent. Otherwise, if B transfers 20% of these rights to C, the new ratios will be 50%, 30%, and 20%, respectively. The documentation in both cases is different.


Resignation of a Partner

If a partner resigns from an LLP in accordance with the terms of the LLP agreement, he or she is entitled to receive the amount contributed to the LLP’s capital as well as a share of the LLP’s accumulated profit after deducting any accumulated losses.

Removal of a Partner

An LLP’s partners have the power to dismiss another partner, subject to the terms of the LLP agreement if one is in place.

To accomplish the adjustments in all four circumstances, regulatory compliance and filing with the ROC are required.


Death of a Partner

In the event of a partner’s death, his or her legal representatives are entitled to receive the amount contributed to the LLP’s capital as well as a share of the LLP’s accumulated profit after deducting any accumulated losses.

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Procedure to Change LLP Partners

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Check Partner change situation

Our experts will examine your partner change situation to determine which procedures must be followed in order to carry out effective compliance.

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LLP Agreement

Examine the current LLP agreement to determine the best course of action for implementing partner changes.

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Partner Meeting

Invite partners to a meeting to approve documents such as the partner admission agreement, the transfer of partnership rights agreement, and the amended LLP Agreement.

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Filing of Changes with Registrar of Companies

The corresponding paperwork must be filed with the ROC after getting executed documents from partners.


Requirements to Change LLP Partners


General Requirements

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[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Q.5 Will my Proprietorship firm have a Certificate of Incorporation or Registration?” tab_id=”1631963761290-a416f1a5-4b73″][vc_column_text]There is no such thing as a certificate of incorporation or registration for a sole proprietorship. As a result, the proprietorship’s legal identity is established by numerous different registrations or licenses received in the proprietorship’s name. Similarly, each specific registration, such as the GST Certificate, MSME Registration Certificate, Tan Allotment Letter, and so on, will result in the issuing of a certificate of registration.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Q.6 How to open a bank account for a Proprietorship?” tab_id=”1631964034722-1ca7385f-76bc”][vc_column_text]The Reserve Bank of India is in charge of regulating bank account opening. For the proprietorship, it has been mandated that at least two entity proofs be submitted. To open a bank account, go to any bank in your area, and they will typically require the following documents.

1. List of Entity Proof of Sole Proprietorship: (Any two documents from the below list)
2. Identity Proof of Proprietor for Bank A/c Opening:
3. Address Proof of Proprietor

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