Procedure for the Registration of a Partnership Firm in Delhi:
A partnership deed is a written agreement between two or more partners willing to undertake business jointly. It consist of all the terms & condition agreed by the respective partners i.e., their capital introduced, profit sharing ratio, kind of partners, about the nature of business, working of the firm, dissolution/liquidation of the firm & so on.
The registration of partnership is not compulsory under Indian Partnership Act. In India there are certain privileges which are allowed to those firms which are registered. Unregistered firms are prejudiced in certain matters in comparison to registered firms.
Procedure for Registration:
The procedure for registration of a partnership firm in India is fairly simple and it is governed by Indian Partnership Act, 1932. An application and the prescribed fees are required to be submitted to the Registrar of Firms of the State in which the firm is situated. The following documents are also required to be submitted along with the application:
- Application for Registration of Partnership in Form No. 1
- Duly filled specimen of Affidavit
- Certified True Copy of the Partnership Deed
- Ownership proof of the principal place of business or rental/lease agreement thereof.
- Self attested copy of id & address proof of partners.
The application should contain the following information:
- The name of the firm.
- The principal place of business of the firm.
- The names and addresses of partners and the dates on which they joined the firm.
- If the firm is started for a particular period then that period should be mentioned.
- If the firm is started to achieve a specific object then it should also be given.
Signing of the Application:
The application or statement must be signed by all the partners, or by their agents especially authorised in this behalf.
Certificate of Registration:
When the Registrar is satisfied with the points stated in the partnership deed, he or she shall record an entry of the statement in a register called the Register of Firms and issue a Certificate of Registration. The Register of Firms maintained at the office of the Registrar contains complete and up-to-date information about each registered firm.
I have also attached specimen of Form -1 and Affidavit with this article.
Entire process takes 21 working days time | Approx Fee Charged in Market – Rs 7500/-