LLP Deed Amendment

Altering the LLP Agreement is an easy and quick process. For altering the LLP Agreement, you need to pass an appropriate board resolution and file form 3 with the Registrar within 30 days.


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Change Agreement in 3 easy steps

  • Fill in our questionnaires that take less than 10 minutes
  • Provide basic details & documents
  • Make payment through secured payment gateways
  • Assigned Relationship Manager
  • Drafting of necessary resolutions and documents
  • Drafting of Supplementary Deed
  • Payment of stamp duty on deed
  • Filing application with MCA


Process to modify LLP Agreement

  • Discussion and consultancy for required changes
  • Collection of basic Information & documents
  • Drafting of necessary resolutions & documents
  • Drafting of Supplementary LLP Agreement
  • Provide documents prepared after signature
  • Payment of stamp duty on Agreement
  • Preparation of application for change
  • Filing LLP Form 3 and necessary documents with MCA

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Once the deed is prepared by the professionals and confirmed by the partners, appropriate stamp duty must be paid on the agreement. Further, all the partners and designated partners must put their signature reflecting their approval for the change. A deed should be notarized if required.
The amount of stamp duty shall be payable based on the capital contribution involved in the change of LLP Agreement. The rates of stamp duty vary from state to state. Where the change of Agreement does not involve capital contribution, the Supplementary Deed to LLP Agreement shall be executed on payment of Rs 100/- towards stamp duty (included in package cost). The stamp duty in addition to Rs 100/- is payable separately.
Once the deed is executed by the partners, it must be filed with MCA for its approval. It is filed within 30 days of execution or the effective date, whichever falls earlier.
A requirement of a notary is led by the concerned State of LLP. Although it is not required for all States, for States such as UP or Delhi notarisation is mandatory.
The concept of DPIN (Designated Partner Identification Number)a is replaced by DIN with respect to the LLP incorporation. Director Identification Number is a unique number assigned by the MCA to Individuals on whose behalf the application is made. This allows any individual to be Director in any Company or Designated Partner in LLP. The application of DIN allotment is made with incorporation application in FiLLiP subiect to maximum 2 DIN.

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