Complying with annual requirements is essential for Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) to ensure smooth functioning of the company while adhering to legal obligations. LLP is a unique business structure that offers partners the advantage of limited liability along with relatively lower compliance costs. It also allows partners to establish their own internal organizational structure. It’s important to note that while an LLP is responsible for its resources, the liability of partners is limited. LLP is a distinctive combination of a company and a partnership, distinguishing it from a Limited Liability Company (LLC).
Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) have unique characteristics that set them apart from standard partnerships. LLPs are distinct legal entities, capable of holding assets, entering into contracts, and being sued. The liabilities of LLP partners are limited, protecting their personal assets from attachment in case of liquidation or debt repayment, except in cases of fraud, crimes, or illegal acts. Profits in an LLP are distributed as per the partners’ agreement. LLPs can have partners who are natural persons, individuals, or corporations, with a minimum requirement of two partners at all times. There is no maximum limit on the number of partners in an LLP, unlike conventional partnerships. However, if an LLP has only one partner who continues to operate the business for more than six months, their liability may become unlimited. Additionally, LLPs must have at least two designated partners, with at least one of them being a resident of India
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