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The shift from traditional partnerships to Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) has increased in recent years. The reason behind this is that LLPs offer more flexibility, unlimited partners and the like. But the real driving force behind the shift is due to the fact that LLPs offer a major advantage in terms of limited liability. The strain on the personal assets of the partner is put to rest when it comes to LLPs since they are a hybrid of both a partnership and a private limited company. Small and medium-sized businesses find this type of organisation structure to suit their needs very well.

The advantages of the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) form of business outweigh those of the traditional partnership. Limited liability, perpetual succession and unlimited partners are the key incentives for a partnership firm to convert itself into an LLP.


Documents required


  • Address proof of the office
  • Regulatory authority’s approval
  • Details of all the partners and directors
  • Consent of all the partners and directors
  • Latest income tax return filing
  • NOC from tax authorities
  • Creditors and their consent
  • Certified liabilities and assets of the partnership



Step I – Name Approval and DSC

Step II – Filing of the Forms with the RoC

  1. Form 17 (Application and Statement for conversion of a firm into LLP)
  2. b. Form FiLLiP (Form for incorporation of LLP)

Step III – Issue of Registration Certificate

Step IV – LLP Agreement

Step V – Intimation to the Registrar of Firms




  • The conversion of a partnership firm to LLP shall be done as per Section 55 of the Limited Liability Partnership Act.
  • All the partners of the firm shall be the partners of the LLP.
  • All Partners to hold a valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and at least two partners must have a DPIN before making such an application.
  • The partnership firm to be converted must be registered under the Partnership Act, 1932.
  • All the partners’ consent must be obtained.
  • The LLP must have the same partners as that of the partnership firm. 
  • Director Identification Number (DIN)/Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN) must be obtained for all Designated Partners.

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  • Registration under GST Act.
  • Government Fees, Stamp Duty, and its Notarization.
  • Advisory on other applicable government registrations  


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