Limited Liability Partnership (Third Amendment) Rules, 2023

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The Ministry of Corporate Affairs vide notification dated 27th October, 2023 has issued the Limited Liability Partnership (Third Amendment) Rules, 2023. The amendment provides that Every limited liability partnership shall, from the date of its incorporation, maintain a register of its partners in Form 4A which shall be kept at the registered office of the limited liability partnership: The register of partners shall contain the following particulars, in respect of each partner, namely:-

  1. Name of the partner; address (registered office address in case the member is a body corporate); e mail address;
  2. Permanent Account Number or Corporate Identification Number; Unique Identification Number, if any; father or mother or spouse’s name; occupation; status; Nationality; name and address of nominee;
  3. Date of becoming partner;
  4. Date of cessation;
  5. Amount and nature of contribution (indicating tangible, intangible, movable, immovable or other benefit to the limited liability partnership, including money, promissory notes, other agreements to contribute cash or property, and contracts for services performed or to be performed) with monetary value;

The amendment further provides that:

  1. A person whose name is entered in the register of partners of a Limited Liability Partnership but does not hold any beneficial interest fully or partly in contribution (hereinafter referred to as “the registered partner”), such person shall file with the Limited Liability Partnership, a declaration to that effect in Form 4B within a period of thirty days from the date on which his name is entered in the register of partners specifying the name and other particulars of the person who actually holds any beneficial interest in such contributions:
  2. Every person who holds or acquires a beneficial interest in contribution of a Limited Liability Partnership but his name is not registered in the register of partners (hereinafter referred to as “the beneficial partner”) shall file with Limited Liability Partnership, a declaration disclosing such interest in Form 4C within a period of thirty days after acquiring such beneficial interest in the contribution of the Limited Liability Partnership specifying the nature of his interest, particulars of the partner in whose name the contribution stand registered in the books of the limited liability partnership:
  3. Every Limited Liability Partnership shall specify a designated a partner who shall be responsible for furnishing of and extending co-operation for providing, information with respect to beneficial interest in contribution in Limited Liability Partnership to the Registrar or any other officer authorised by the Central Government and shall file information of such designated partner with the Registrar in Form 4. The new Form 4 is also provided.

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