LLP Act 2008 defines LLP agreement as “Any written agreement between the partners of the Limited Liability Partnership or between the LLP and its partners which determines the mutual rights and duties of the partners and their rights and duties in relation to that LLP”. Hence, in simple terms, it is an agreement inter-se between the partners of the LLP, which forms the bylaws of the LLP. Continue reading “LLP Agreement”
Although the terms “proprietorship” and “one person company” give the same idea of Business being run and managed by one owner but there are major differences between the two.
Proprietorship is a very common and traditional form of business in India. Because of its simple features, it is widely adopted by people to set up their own businesses. It is often confused with “One Person Company”, a concept newly introduced by the Companies Act 2013. Continue reading “One Person Company (OPC) vs Proprietorship”
The consequences of Non-Filing of Annual Return and Financial Statements are severe and one must be aware as well as cautious in this regard. Companies Act 2013 require every Company to file its Annual Return and Financial Statements with the Registrar of Companies, containing information as prescribed in this regard, within 60 days from the date of holding the Annual General Meeting. Continue reading “Consequences of Non-Filing of Annual Return and Financial Statements”
Procedure for winding up of LLP: A Limited Liability Partnership can be closed down by declaring the LLP as defunct.
Declaring the LLP as Defunct: In case the LLP wants to close down its business or where it is not carrying on any business operations for the period of one year or more, it can make an application to the Registrar for declaring the LLP as defunct and removing the name of the LLP from its register of LLP’s. Continue reading “How to close LLP: Procedure for winding up of LLP”