LLP Annual Forms

LLP Annual Forms

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Statement of Account & Solvency-Form 8 Annual Return-Form 11

Form 12

Annual Compliance for LLP | Limited Liability Partnership

Form 12 ( Form for intimating other address for service of documents) is to be filed for giving additional address to the Registrar for the purpose of service of documents.

Form 22- filed to inform Registrar about the order received by the LLP/ FLLP. Form 23 -Application for direction to Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) to change its name Form 25 is required to be filed to Registrar to reserve the name of foreign LLP or foreign company

LLPs can do e-Filing in following ways: - The Designated partner (DP) (in case of LLP) or authorised representative (AR) (in case of Foreign Limited Liability Partnership (FLLP)) can upload the e-Forms on the LLP portal at his convenience from his office/ home. .

Our Packages

Form 11
₹ 2360
  • Package Includes
  • Form 11
Form 8
₹ 3540
  • Package Includes
  • Form 8
Form 11 and Form 8 with DSC
₹ 7999
  • Package Includes
  • Form 11 and Form 8 with DSC

Documents Required for LLP Annual Forms

  • Balance Sheet of LLP
  • Audit Report of LLP(if Available)
  • Digital Signatures of 2 Partners

Process Involved

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Step 2


Form 11

Step 3


Finalization of Balance Sheet

Step 4


Income Tax return

Step 5


Tax Audit

Step 6


Form 8

  • How can a person become a partner of an LLP?
  • Persons, who subscribed to the “Incorporation Document” at the time of incorporation of LLP, shall be partners of LLP. Subsequent to incorporation, new partners can be admitted in the LLP as per conditions and requirements of LLP Agreement.
  • What will be the obligation of a partner in case he changes his name or address?
  • Every partner shall inform the LLP of any change in his name or address within a period of fifteen days of such change. The LLP, in turn, would be under obligation to file such details with the Registrar within thirty days of such change.
  • How can an existing partner cease to be a partner of an LLP?
  • A person may cease to be a partner in accordance with the agreement or in the absence of agreement, by giving 30 days notice to the other partners. A person shall also cease to be a partner of a limited liability partnership- (a) on his death or dissolution of the limited liability partnership; or (b) if he is declared to be of unsound mind by a competent court; or (c) if he has applied to be adjudged as an insolvent or declared as an insolvent. Notice is required to be given to ROC when a person becomes or ceases to be partner or for any change in partners.
  • Whether every LLP would be required to maintain and file accounts?
  • An LLP shall be under obligation to maintain annual accounts reflecting true and fair view of its state of affairs. A “Statement of Accounts and Solvency” in prescribed form shall be filed by every LLP with the Registrar every year.
  • Whether audit of all LLPs would be mandatory?
  • Audit of LLPs shall be mandatory. However a more simplified compliance regime for small LLPs is being proposed by exempting such LLPs from the requirement of audit by exemption through notification by the Central Government.
  • Whether any Annual Return would be required to be filed by an LLP?
  • Every LLP would be required to file with ROC, every year, an Annual Return, contents of which would be prescribed under rules.
  • Which documents will be available for public inspection in the office of Registrar?
  • The following documents/information will be available for inspection by any person:- · Incorporation document, · Names of partners and changes, if any, made therein, · Statement of Account and Solvency · Annual Return The manner and fees for such inspection shall be prescribed in the rules.
  • Whether two LLPs would be allowed to merge?
  • Provisions of clauses 60 to 62 of the Act provide for the manner in which compromises or arrangements including mergers and amalgamations involving LLPs shall be allowed.
  • What would be the provisions in respect of winding- up of LLPs?
  • It is proposed to provide the provisions and procedures required to be complied with when the affairs of an LLP are to be wound-up and dissolved, by enabling the Central Government to make rules under the LLP Act, 2008.