|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Project|
|Type Of Ownership||Partnership|
|Company Location||Pan India|
|Professional Experience||+10 years|
|Type Of Service||New company registration|
|Type Of Industry||Service|
|Project Duration||10 to 15 days|
|Number Of Employees||10|
|Mode Of Service||online|
|Type Of Property||private|
As per the Partnership
Act 1932, it is not compulsory to register
firm. The firm does not have a separate legal identity and registration
will not alter this fact. However, registration
is the definite proof of the existence of the firm and its legality.
Now a partnership is when two persons form an association to carry out a business with the motive to earn profits. They share the profits from such a business. Such an association will be voluntarily entered into by the partners based on an agreement between them.
Such an agreement between partners can be written or can even be oral. However, it is strongly advised for legal and practical purposes that such an agreement or contract be in the written form. And this written agreement between partners to form a partnership firm is what we call a Partnership Deed.
Contents of Partnership Deed
This partnership deed will contain all the conditions and the legalities of the partnership deed. It will provide a guiding basis for all future activities. And in case of a dispute or legal proceedings, it can also be used as evidence. A general partnership deed will contain the following information,
- The agreed name of the Partnership Firm. Please note that such a name cannot have the words “company” or “private company” in it.
- The nature of the business will also be mentioned in the deed
- Date of commencement of such business
- The place of business, i.e addresses of main office or branch offices if any, where communication can be sent
- The duration of a partnership if it is a partnership for a specific purpose or time. If it is a partnership at will then no such duration will be mentioned
- Contribution to the capital of all the partners
- Profit sharing ratio. However, if no ratio is given it is assumed that the profit is shared by all the partners equally.
- Salary of all active partners
- Interest on contribution and the interest on drawings (must be according to the provisions of the Indian Partnership Act 1932)
- Terms and conditions of the retirement or expulsion of a partner, and the terms to continue the partnership after such an incident
- The day-to-day functioning of the firm and the distribution of the managerial duties among the partners
- Preparation of the firm’s accounts and the provisions for internal and statutory audit
- Procedure for voluntary or forced dissolution of the firm
- Guidelines for solving any disputes and arbitration process to be followed.
PARTNERSHIP FIRM REGISTRATION
- Item Code: COMPANY
- Production Capacity: LIFE TIME
- Delivery Time: 10 TO 15 DAYS