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Documents required for LLP registration

Documents required for LLP registration

The Limited Liability Company is a new form of business and a really convenient form of business. It is most advantageous for small businesses and startups to start or develop their business with the least risk and convenience. This is the form of business that carries the benefit of limited liability as a company, in addition to achieving the flexibility of the general partnership.. Furthermore, the LLP incorporation procedure is not a complex process if everything is done accurately according to the given law and by providing the detailed documents to the RoC-Registrar of Companies.

Therefore, one must know and be careful with the documents necessary for the incorporation of a company. The list of required documents is mentioned and discussed below:

For LLP registration, designated partners need the following documents:

Documents required for incorporation:

The necessary documents can be divided into two parts. Namely:

  1. Regarding the designated partners
  2. Regarding the registered office

Regarding the designated partners

A person of Indian or foreign nationality can be a designated partner or partner of a limited liability company. The required documents are listed below, respectively:

Nationals of India:

Indian citizens will require these documents:

1. PAN card: (certified by the designated partner or partner)

The copy of the PAN card is a mandatory document for the Incorporation where the Name written on the PAN card will be taken as the name for proof of identity, so it is necessary to keep the PAN Card updated (in case of name change, or marriage) at the time of submitting the documents. In case there is any error on the PAN card, the process will get stuck.

2. Voter ID / Passport / Driver’s License: (Certified by Designated Partner or Partner)

Any of the aforementioned vouchers can be attached with the documents and these vouchers must contain the name and details similar to the name and details indicated on the PAN Card, if they are not, they must be rectified before sending them to the Rock. The documents mentioned above can be used as proof of address of the current address of the Designated Partner. Documents such as electoral card, ration card, Adhaar card, etc. it can also be provided here as proof.

3. Scanned copy of the last bank statement / phone or mobile bill / electricity or gas bill: (certified by designated partner or partner)

Invoices that must be attached as proof of resident and must be more recent or recent, which can be between 2 and 3 months old and no more than that to be accepted. It must contain the name of the designated partner as indicated on the PAN card.

4. Scanned copy of a passport-size photograph

Abroad National:

1. Passport:

The foreigner’s passport is mandatory for Incorporation as it indicates the foreigner’s identity. The passport indicating the name and date of birth of the designated partner must be apostilled and notarized and must be in the English language. (Translated in case it is in a foreign language)

2. Proof of address:

The designated partner can attach any of the documents listed below as proof of address:

  • Driver’s license
  • Residence card
  • Bank statement
  • Government issued identity form containing address

3. Residential test:

The designated partner can attach any of these documents, which are bank statements or any type of bill, such as electricity bills, phone bills, and mobile bills. (Document posted and notarized)

Regarding the address of the registered office:

Proof of registered office address as mentioned below will be submitted along with the form submitted for the Certificate of Incorporation on behalf of the Limited Liability Company:

  1. The document indicating the full address of the property where LLP will be registered, such as electricity bill / property tax bill / phone bill, etc.

NOC, in case of rented property: the certificate of no objection together with the valid rental agreement of the property owners.

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