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prabodh kumar patel (advocate)     14 October 2008

Registration of Partnership Firm

Is registration of a Partnership firm with the Dist. Sub-Registrar necessery?

Or

 registration of the firm with the Registrar of Prtnership Firms for the State only is sufficient?

Please explain the necessity of both.



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 8 Replies

SALA SATEESH (lawyer)     14 October 2008

for your info registration under parternship is necessary but also optional only for the purpose of suing and being sued it is necessary without which your recovery of claims would be of futile.


hope it clarifies to some extent.


Best Regards,


s.sateesh


sateesh_sala@yahoo.com


 


 

Sankaranarayanan (Advocate)     14 October 2008

yes this is must for future benefit of the partnerhip concern. if any lidication arise that time it helps the firm and for some staturiy matter it is need and must

J. P. Shah (RTI & CONSUMER ACTIVIST)     14 October 2008

Partnership firms are to be registered with Registrar of Firms only.

P.Elamaran (Law Officer in a CPSU)     14 October 2008

Hello Mr.PK Patel,


Registration of a Partnership Firm is optional in nature, but if  you register it , you can be on the saferside of law , because , a  registered legal document always gets its due weightage in the eye of law.  Therefore , it is better to register it.  The partnership deed has to be registered with the Registrar of Firms.


With regards.

Murali Krishna (Govt..Employee)     15 October 2008

Reginstration of a partnership firm is not mandatory. Any registration of partnership firm has to be made with Registrar of firms. For your information Sec 69 of the Act is  extracted.


Sec 69 : Effect of non registration.


1) No suit to enforce a right arising from a contract or conferred by this Act shall be Register of Firms as a partner in the firm : Provided that the requirement of registration of firm under this sub-section shall notapply to the suits or proceedings instituted by the heirs or legal representatives of the deceased partner of a firm for accounts of the firm or to realise the property of (2) No suit to enforce a right arising from a contract shall be instituted in any courtby or on behalf of a firm against any third party unless the firm is registered and the persons suing are or have been shown in the Register of Firms as partners in the (2A) No suit to enforce any right for the dissolution of a firm or for accounts of a issolved firm or any right or power to realise the property of a dissolved firm shallbe instituted in any Court by or on behalf of any person suing as a partner in a firm against the firm or any person alleged to be or have been a partner in the firm, unless the firm is registered and the person suing is or has been shown in the Register of Firms as a partner in the firm : 

Provided that the requirement of registration of firm under this sub-section shall not apply to the suits or proceedings instituted by the heirs or legal representatives of the deceased partner of a firm for accounts of a dissolved firm or to realise the property of a dissolved firm.



(3) The provisions of sub-sections (1), (2) and (2A) shall apply also to a claim of set-off or other proceedings to enforce a right arising from a contract but shall not affect



(a) the firms constituted for a duration upto six months or with a capital upto two thousand rupees; or;



(b) the powers of an official assigned, receiver or Court under the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, 1909, or the Provincial Insolvency Act, 1920, to realise the property of an insolvent partner.



(4) This section shall not apply



(a) to firms or partners in firm which have no place of business in the territories to which this Act extends, or whose places of business in the said territories are situated in areas to which, by notification under section 56 this Chapter does not apply, or



(b) to any suit or claim of set-off not exceeding one hundred rupees in value which, in the presidency towns, is not of a kind specified in section 19 of the Presidency Small Cause Courts Act, 1882, or outside the Presidency towns, is not of a kind specified in the Second Schedule to the Provincial Small Cause Courts Act, 1887, or to any proceeding in execution or other proceeding incidental to or arising from any such suit or claim.


 


 

prabodh kumar patel (advocate)     23 October 2008

Thanks


 

Narayan (Audit Consultant)     04 March 2011

Dear Professionals 

I am in a position get clarified with the Govt fees for registering of firm.

Please clarify the following procedures for registering a firm 

  1. Required  Form . ( Please specify the form No )
  2. Affadavits 
  3. Govt fees ( Please specify the fees structure ) 
  4. Copies of Deed ( Is it Necessary ?)

If possible please send me the format of Affidavits to my mail id balajinarayan1985@gmail.com.

I am expecting ur  replys  ASAP

With Regards

Narayan

 

Sh S. Kumar (Other)     23 August 2012

I provide services for Drafting and Registration of Partnership Firm, as well as other legal documents. Contact me at +91-8800-418408. 

https://www.onlinepropertyregistration.com


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