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What are Limited Liability Partnerships?

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Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2021

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LLP Company Registration in Bangalore which has Limited Liability Partnerships is often referred to in their abbreviated form as LLP. LLPs were introduced in 2000 by the Partnerships Act 2000 to provide partnerships within the limited liability which was previously available only for the companies. The LLP formation is popular when a ‘professional partnership’ would like the avail the benefit of protected liability. This is particularly meant for accountants, solicitors, architects, consultants, surveyors, and other fields of expertise where a partnership tends to choose a limited company. LLP Registration Consultants in Bangalore may also be suitable when the partners are members of institute or individual earnings that are clearly defined and not simply added to one pot and distributed by the dividend. Within an LLP the earnings of the members are normally seen as personal income.


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