LLP is a corporate entity and is operated by legal rules and procedures as given in the LLP Act 2008. ROC is a Government office under the Ministry of Corporate affairs to look after the compliances of LLPs under its jurisdiction. Every LLP irrespective of its size has to file Annual returns giving details about its management and financial performance. Any delay in filing of returns attract penalty as given in the table below.
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There are many privileges for LLP in comparison to a Private Limited company, in terms of exemptions from maintenance of Minutes book, Statutory registers, Annual general meeting and flexible tax rates.
Board meeting is generally associated with a Board of Directors meeting. There are no directors involved in an LLP, instead designated Partners run the business and are held responsible for compliances. Hence, Board of Partners meeting is suggested in case of an LLP firm.
No, AGM is not required for an LLP. AGM is a once in a year meeting for Shareholders of the Company. As there is no concept of shareholding in an LLP, no AGM is to be held.
|Form No. to be Filed||When is this compliance to be done?||Penalty or Consequences for not filing Form 11 and Form 8|
|1. Form 11 (Annual Return of LLP)||Within 60 days from the end of Every Financial Year||
|2. Form 8 Filing (Statement of Accounts & Solvency of LLP)||Within 30 days from the end of 6 months from the closure of Every Financial Year|