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Guest (n/a)     25 April 2009

L.L.P. practicing law

Can a n LLP which deals with legal and paralegal work have non lawyers as partners or even shareholders?

Vice versa; Can a lawyer be a partner of a LLP which essentially has non lawyers, but hires lawyers to provide legal and paralegal services?

Any information about the same would be deeply appreciated.



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Rakesh Kumar (n/a)     25 April 2009

Dear Sandeep,

Yes the person who is not lawyer can be partner in LLP. nad well entiled to offer his services.


Y V Vishweshwar Rao (Advocate )     05 May 2009

LLP is a New Field and Mr Rakesh Kuamr appears to be correct ,

I  feel that Lawyers should wait at least  till the Bar Council of India gives some  guidelines in this regard .

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