- Partnership deed – Stamp paper and notarized
- MSME Registration
- PAN application
Package cost starting from Rs. 1,500/-
Starting a Partnership Firm
Partnership firm is an entity in which two or more persons have come into contract to do the business to make the profit. It can be for some specific period or for a specific project. However, the Partnership firm is governed by the Partnership Act 1932, although there is no legal obligation with respect to the compliances apart from the Income Tax Act.
Benefits of Partnership Firm
Documents required to Incorporate
Self attested copy of PAN card from the Partners
Self attested copy of Identity proof from the Partners (AADHAR / Voter ID / Passport / Driving Licence)
Address proof of the Registered Business premises for the LLP
In case the premises is rented, the rent agreement for the same along with NOC from the landlord.
NOC from the owner of the property.
Steps to Incorporate a Partnership Firm
Step 1 – Make a Partnership deed and get it signed by the Partners on the Stamp paper.
Step 2 – Get the stamp paper notarized
Step 3 – Apply for the PAN of the Firm
Step 4 – Open the Bank account and the Firm is ready for the Business.