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software analyist
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Posted On 24 March 2011 at 13:21 Report Abuse

If  a firm registered with Registrar of Firms is reconstituted due to expulsion/inculsion of a partner, does the reconstituted firm requires new registration with the Registrar of Firms.


Is there any difference with registering with Trademark Register and Registrar of Firms?

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Posted On 24 March 2011 at 14:27 Report Abuse

firm - every change has to be notified.

Registration of trade mark is altogether defferent.


self working
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Posted On 24 March 2011 at 14:35 Report Abuse

I do agree with the jurist.

ashwin gaikwad

software analyist
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Posted On 24 March 2011 at 14:45 Report Abuse

One partner was excluded and deed of dissolution was prepared. Then next day a fresh deed was written where another partner was included.

both the happenings were notified to Registrar of Firms. Then a copy of fresh deed was sent along with Form No.1 in order to apply for the registry of the firm. However no follow up wa done thereafter and no certificate of registration recieved.

Thereafter some changes were made to partnership agreement but they were not notified to any department.


1) Does firm gets registered by only applying and sending required documents?

2) What is the validity of any unregistered/unnotified amendments in an unregistered deed?

Nitin Khanna

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Posted On 20 July 2011 at 13:48 Report Abuse

Dear Sir

Ours is an unregistered Partnership firm that we have recently opened. If we wish to include one more partner into it what are the formalities? Do we need to inform all the authorities like PAN, IEC etc regarding the change?


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