Partnership Firm

Two Or More Individuals. Incorporating One Entity.

@ Rs. 5,899 *

*Subject To Change On Market Conditions

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A private limited company is that which has members between 2 to 200 in number without any limit for paid up share capital. The number of directors can be between 2 to 15, and this makes it a closed system that has many benefits in terms of decision making and share stake. A private limited company is a great way to establish business with family and friends as the liability is limited and there is no scope of any outsider influence. If you’re interested in registering your business as a private limited company, you can use our filing tools that will make registration a simple process without any confusion faced for documentation and other formalities.

The Company Registration India is an online forum that is regulated and comes under the purview of the Companies Act, 2013. The site also adheres to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) and is processed by the Registrar of Companies from the Central Registration Centre (CRC). This portal for registering companies has a web-based filing system that we can assist you to fill.

Once you sign up with us to avail our registration services, we will personally take over the job of establishing your company as a private limited company. With our years of experience, we have served a multitude of private companies pan-India and abroad.

Types of Partnership

There are two types of Partnership

01 Registered Partnership
02 Unregistered Partnership


As per the Indian Partnership Act, 1932 the only requirement to start business as a partnership is the publishing and execution of a Partnership Deed between the Partners. This Act does not need the deed or firm to be registered. To put it simply, a Partnership Firm is not needed to be a registered Firm. You will come across various partnership businesses that exist as an unregistered partnership.


We would advise partnership firms to get registered because unregistered partnership firms have a few rights denied in Section 69 of the Partnership Act. Some disadvantages of an unregistered partnership firm are:

  • A partner of an unregistered firm cannot file a lawsuit in any court of law against the firm or their partners for the enforcement of any right arising from a contract or right conferred by the Partnership Act.
  • No lawsuit to enforce a right arising from an agreement can be instituted in any Court of law by, or on behalf of a firm against any third party unless the firm is registered.
  • An unregistered firm or any of its partners cannot claim set-off or other proceedings in a dispute with a third party.

If you have the intention to register your partnership firm, we can help you by providing top to bottom solutions where your efforts are minimized while we take care of all compliance matters and documentation for the registration.


To register your business as a Partnership business, you require the following:

A partnership firm can be registered under Section 58 of the Indian Partnership Act at any time, even subsequent to the formation. The registration of a partnership firm is done through the Registrar of Firm in which the partnership firm is situated. When the Registrar of Firms is satisfied that the provisions of Section 58 are complied with, a record of entry of the statement is made in the Register of Firms and Certificate of Registration is issued.

  • The application for registration has to consist of the prescribed registration form for incorporation of a company, identity proof or address proof of the partners, a true certified copy of the Partnership Deed entered into, and proof of the principal location of the business being conducted.
  • Any of the following can be submitted as proof of identity of the partners: PAN Card, Passport, Drivers License, Aadhar Card, or a Voter’s ID.
  • Any of the following documents can be furnished as proof of the principal place of conducting business by the firm: Sale deed in case one of the Partner owns the place of business, Rental agreement copy if the premises are rented, Copy of latest electricity bill or water bill or property tax receipt.

Registration Procedure

Get your partnership firm registered with us in few days! Our team will engage and manage the process and request a list of documents for partnership registration. Post submission and verification, we will draft a partnership deed and share accordingly, for all the Partners to sign the same and do it on a stamp paper. When we receive the signed deed, we forward it to the concerned Registrar of Firms for them to issue a Certificate of Registration.