Partnership Firm

A partnership firm is nothing more than a group of two or more people who have come together to manage a business and make money. In India, the Indian Partnership Act of 1932 governs partnership firms. Although it is not required to register a partnership firm, there are additional benefits to doing so. A partnership deed is a legal document used to establish a partnership firm. There are currently no consequences for failing to register a partnership firm. On the other hand, Unregistered Partnership firms are denied certain rights under Section 69 of the Partnership Act, which primarily addresses the consequences of non-registration.

Types of Partnership firm

We can divide partners into different classes based on the level of their culpability when forming a partnership firm:

Registered and unregistered Partnership firms are the two categories of Partnership firms. According to the Indian Partnership Act, the only condition for starting a business as a Partnership firm is completing and implementing the partnership deed between the partners.

Partnership firms are not supposed to register under this act. As a result, a large number of partnership firms operate as unregistered partnership firms.

The following are some of the reasons why a person should choose a registered partnership firm:

A unregistered firm partner cannot sue the firm or other partners in any court.

In a conflict with a third party, an unregistered firm or its partners are barred from claiming set-off or other remedies.

As a result, it's preferable to form a partnership as soon as possible.

TaxDraw can help you with forming a partnership firm in a couple of days.

• First, a member of our TaxDraw team will give a brief description of the process and offer you a list of essential documents for registration.

• Documentation can be done over the internet through a website or mobile app.

• After the documentation has been verified, a Partnership Deed is drafted and given to the partners for signatures.

• It is important to note that all partners must sign the agreements on stamp paper and upload a copy to our systems.

• The signed Partnerships Deed is then filed with the relevant Registrar of Firms, and the partner receives a Certificate of Registration.

• Issuing the Partnership firm's Certificate of Registration, we can also assist you with opening a current bank account in the Partnership firm's name.

Documents Needed for Partnership Firm Registration

  • Passport Size Photograph
  • PAN Card
  • ID Proof (any one)
  • Aadhar Card/Voter ID /Driving License /Passport
  • Address Proof
  • Bank Statement/Electricity Bill /Telephone Bill / Mobile Bill

Documents for Registered Office Address

  • If Property Owned by Partners
  • Sale Deed of Property
  • NOC from the Owner (format given by our company)

If Rented Property

  • Rent Agreement
  • NOC from the Owner (format given by our company)

Advantages

Easy to Start

One of the more straightforward kinds of firm to start is a partnership. In most circumstances, a partnership deed is the only prerequisite for forming a partnership firm. A partnership firm can be register within 2-3 days. An LLP registration, on the other hand, would take roughly 5 to 10 working days because the MCA requires DIN, Name Approval, and Incorporation.

It's Simple to Raise Funds

In comparison to a proprietorship; a partnership can rapidly raise capital. In comparison to a proprietorship firm, banks regard Partnerships to be more beneficial when providing credit facilities.

Making Quick Decisions

Decision-making in a Partnership firm is speedier because there is no concept of approving a resolution as compare to company.

Sense ownership

Because each partner is the sole owner; the partners have complete control over the firm's operations. Although the tasks may differ, everyone in a Partnership firm is working for a single goal. Ownership fosters a sense of responsibility and belonging, which aids in the development of dedicated staff.

Profits and losses are shared

The earnings and failures of the firm are shared between partners. They have complete control over the firm. They feel a sense of ownership and accountability because the firm's profitability and turnover are based on their efforts. Any losses incurred by the firm will be shared equally or according to the partnership deed ratio. They are jointly and severally accountable for the firm's operations.

Plans

Rs. 1499 All inclusive price

Starter

  • Partnership Deed Drafting
  • Stamp Paper Purchase
  • Firm PAN Card
  • TAN Number
  • Expert Support
Rs. 1999 All inclusive price

Plus

  • Partnership Deed Drafting
  • Stamp Paper Purchase
  • Firm PAN Card
  • TAN Number
  • GST Registration
  • Expert Support
Rs. 9999 All inclusive price

Pro

  • Partnership Deed Drafting
  • Stamp Paper Purchase
  • Firm PAN Card
  • TAN Number
  • GST Registration
  • One Year GST Filing
  • Expert Support

FAQ's

A partnership is a formal arrangement between 2 or more people to share the earnings of a business. All of the partners can work together on the firm, or one partner can represent the others.

Yes, drafting a partnership deed is always recommended because it give precaution in legal matters.

Any amount of money can be used to create a partnership firm. There can be no such thing as a minimum requirement.

Yes, it is possible to add a new partner in a partnership firm. The Partnership Deed specifies the terms of a new partner's admission typically. It is necessary to enter into a new agreement that includes the new profit-sharing ratio.

Yes, an existing partnership firm can be converted into LLP by complying with the Provisions of clause 58 and Schedule II of the LLP Act.

When the partnership deed contains neither a provision for the Partnership's tenure nor any conditions for such Partnership's termination, it is referred to as a partnership at will.