Limited Liability Partnership
Limited Liability Partnership Company
Limited liability partnership is referred to as an LLP. Some of the features of LLPs are similar to those of traditional partnerships while others are similar to those of corporations. There are many reasons why LLP Registration has become so popular, but the most important one is that it is simple to form and maintain. Owners benefit from this by reducing their exposure to lawsuits. Compared to a traditional partnership firm, a Limited Liability Partnership has the greatest advantage.
Because an LLP company has both the advantages of a private limited company and a partnership firm, it is ideal for businesses. Individual partners are protected from joint liability arising from the misconduct of another partner because no partner is liable for the unauthorized actions of other partners. Professionals, microbusinesses, and small businesses with a family or small group of shareholders often choose the LLP structure. Limited liability company (LLP) registration is the easiest and most transparent process because it combines the advantages of a company and a partnership firm.
Every Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) must have at least two Designated Partners, one of whom must be an Indian Resident. The agreement between the LLP and the partners governs the mutual rights and obligations of the LLP's partners. It would be called the LLP Agreement if this agreement was signed.
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