Easy Registration of Partnership Firm

It is the best and sensible option for small businesses due to low costs, ease of setting up and minimal compliance requirements.

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What do you mean by a General Partnership?

A General Partnership is a business structure in which at least two people oversee and operate a business as per the terms and goals set out in the Partnership Deed. This structure is thought to have lost its relevance in since the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) came into existence, in the light of the fact that the partners in a General Partnership have unlimited liabilities, which implies that they are by and large at risk for debts or losses of the business. In any case, low costs, the simplicity of setting up and negligible compliance necessities make it a sensible choice for small or medium sized businesses in the unorganised sector, for example, home organisations that are probably not going to assume any such obligation. Registration is not mandatory for General Partnerships.

Vital facts about General Partnership


A partnership firm is a business structure in which at least two people oversee and work a business as per the terms and goals set out in a Partnership Deed that could conceivably be registered. In such a business, the individuals are independently associated and offer the liabilities and in addition benefits of the firm in an already defined proportion.


A partnership firm is the best for companies which are small or medium-sized and that are intended to stay so. Economical costs, ease in setting up and little hassles in compliance make it an ideal choice for smaller organisations. Registration is not mandatory for General Partnerships. They are administered by Section 4 of the Partnership Act, 1932. For bigger organisations, a partnership firm has lost its importance with the advent of the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). This is because an LLP implies low expenses in running an association while giving the advantage of restricted liability, which implies that partners are not personally at risk for the obligations of the business.


The associates in a partnership firm are its proprietors, and subsequently, not separate entities from the firm they have established. Any lawful issues or obligations incurred by the firm are met by its proprietors.


A partnership must have not less than two associates. A partnership firm in the banking business can have up to 10 partners, while those occupied with some other business can have 20 partners. The benefits and losses can be divided in between the partners equally or in part.


No, registration of a partnership organisation is not mandatory. In any case, for a partner to sue another partner or the firm, the organisation ought to be registered. Additionally, for the organisation to file any suit in court, the firm ought to be registered. Hence, it is prescribed that organisations register their partnership deed. If their name is not registered, any other individual can also use the same business name unless trademark registration is secured.


Partnership firms are created by drafting a Partnership deed that ought to contain names of the partners and their locations, the ownership of the firm, profit sharing ratio, rights and responsibilities of each of the partner, the date of the inception of the firm, any capital contributed by each partner, guidelines and regulations to be followed for becoming partners or removing it.

The requirement of documents for Partnership Registration

  • Form No. 1 (Application for enlistment under Partnership Act)
  • Original copy of Partnership Deed, marked by all partners
  • Affidavit pronouncing goal to become a partner
  • Rental or lease agreement of the property/campus on which the business is set

Benefits of a Partnership


General Partnerships, if unregistered, don't have to appoint a reviewer/ auditor. Yearly compliances are likewise less as compared with the LLP. General Partnerships are not required to file their annual accounts with the Registrar each year unlike a Limited Liability Partnership or Company. However, they do need to file Income Taxes and, contingent upon turnover, service and sales tax. To open bank account in the name of a Partnership firm, the partnership deed copy and KYC documents of the partner need to be submitted along with any other document as required by the Bank.


SIMPLE TO START A Partnership can be started with only an unregistered Partnership Deed in 2 to 4 days; it is easy to form as no cumbersome legal formalities are involved. Its registration is also not essential: registration, nonetheless, brings a couple of favourable advantages. It would empower you to file suits in court against another firm or partners for the authorization of rights emerging from an agreement or right given by the Partnership Act. A partnership firm can be registered with the Registrar of Firms.

Generally inexpensive

GENERALLY INEXPENSIVE A General Partnership is less expensive to begin than the LLP and even over the long haul, it is reasonable in terms of basic operational obligations,. You would not have to contract an auditor, for instance. This is the reason, regardless of its extreme deficiency (boundless liability), home organisations may decide on it.

Procedure for Setting up a General Partnership

4 operational days

When you send in a request, our representative will connect with you to comprehend your prerequisites. In case further information is required, we will get in touch with you for the same. Once everything is in place, a legal counsellor will work at your request and send it for review within 3 to 4 working days approximately. Don't hesitate to contact us if you want any changes.

4 operational days

If you want any changes to the agreement, our legal counsellors will work on them. Two rounds of changes are to be incorporated into the initial cost.

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All inclusive of government fees

  • Basic Partnership Deed Drafting By Lawyer
  • Notarized TAN Registration
  • PAN Number
  • GST Registration

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All inclusive of government fees

  • Partnership Deed Drafted By Lawyer
  • With Deed Registeration
  • Tan Registration
  • PAN Number
  • GST Registration
  • MSME Registration

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All inclusive of government fees

  • Partnership Deed Drafted By Lawyer
  • With Deed Registeration
  • TAN Registration
  • PAN Number
  • GST Registration
  • MSME Registration
  • 2 Month GST Return

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