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Abhinav   03 June 2020

Requirment for registration of dissolution deed of partnership

We have partnership firm since 1977 which is having immovable assets. The partnership was made on simple stamp paper and notory registered. IT WAS NOT REGISTERED WITH SUB REGISTRAR. IS dissolution Deed (removal of partner) without any financial consideration possible ? Secondly does it have to be registered with SUB REGISTRAR.? Any tax or financial implications like stamp duty, income tax etc? Consider the fact that partners are aunt and nephew. ( real chachi, fathers brothers wife and nephew). We intend to continue the firm and property is in name of the firm and freehold. IN CONVEYANCE DEED THE AUNT HAD GIVEN SPA TO NEPHEW FOR FREEHOLD.

 5 Replies

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     04 June 2020

Unregistered partnership may be dissolved at any point of time, it is not a legal entity.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     04 June 2020

Admit shortcomings/weaknesses and use professional services to avoid complications.  Everything can not be taught within a month by correspondence.  Contact a local chartered accountant for meaningful and practical guidance.


Whether your Partnership Firm is registered under Paertnership Act ? Please clarify.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     04 June 2020

In case of Registration of firms, the deed has to be submitted with the application. . 

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     04 June 2020

Just make a Dissolution of Deed and notrize..

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