Very informative blog! Thank you very much. I wanted to know that if we wanted to turn a company into an LLP, how do we transfer the company`s assets to the LLP? Should this be indicated as a partner contribution and mentioned in the LLP agreement? The person who wants to withdraw by signing the LLP agreement is of a total investment of only Rs 25,000 After downloading the form 3, I received a question about it to prepare the agreement and pay the stamp duty on it Could you help me do it? There are some companies that do this process. But I want to do it myself without going through agents. Your blog leads me perfectly on the LLP process. I need information on some other aspects. I advise you to inquire with the local notary about the stamp duty required for the LLP agreement. An LLP agreement is not required, simple printing on stamp documents is sufficient. The cost of creating LLP varies from case to case. There are several factors that need to be taken into consideration.
All the details need to be discussed before the offer is finalized, so please give me a call. According to LLP rules, one of the two designated partners must be established in India if the second partner is a foreign partner. If you want LLP to be registered in Mumbai, buy the required stamp paper in the name of LLP, get your Indian partner`s signature, and then send it to your foreign partner to get their signature. Please inquire with a notary on the page where the foreign partner will sign an LLP agreement. All documents, including sworn insurance and the LLP agreement, are notarized in accordance with the Hague Convention Act. I registered an LLP last year, but my CA forgot to submit the agreement.