Partnership Firm

Forming a partnership is an important step for any business. It requires careful consideration, planning, and execution. A partnership agreement can help ensure that the rights and responsibilities of each partner are clearly outlined and understood. Company incorporation is a key component of this process, as it provides legal protection for both partners and their business interests. This article will discuss the basics of company incorporation when forming a partnership, as well as its importance in protecting both partners' interests.

Documents required:

  • Statement in Form 1 with the prescribed fees (We will share a Draft)
  • copy of the Partnership Deed must be Notarised stating the following :
    • The firm-name
    • The nature of business of the firm
    • The place or principal place of business of the firm
    • The names of any other places where the firm carries on business
    • The date of joining of each partner
    • The names in full and permanent addresses of the partners
    • The duration of the firm
  • Proof of ownership or rent/lease of the location of your business. (e.g. Electricity Bill/ Water Bill or Rent/Lease/Leave and Licence Agreement of Business Place)
  • Copy of PAN Card of partners (Self-attested)
  • Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card (Self-attested)
  • Affidavit declaring intention to become Partner (Self-attested)
 
     
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