• The registration of a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) in India involves submitting specific documents and information to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) through the Registrar of Companies (RoC). Here is a list of documents required for LLP registration:

    1. Identity and Address Proof:

    1.1 For Partners:

    • Aadhar Card
    • Passport (for foreign nationals)
    • Voter ID
    • Driving License

    2. Passport-sized Photographs:

    2.1 For Partners:

    • Recent passport-sized photographs of each partner.

    3. Address Proof:

    3.1 For Registered Office:

    • Latest utility bill (electricity, gas, water) or property tax receipt.
    • Rent agreement along with a copy of the landlord’s utility bill (in case of rented premises).
    • No-objection certificate (NOC) from the property owner (if applicable).

    4. PAN Card:

    4.1 For Partners and the LLP:

    • Permanent Account Number (PAN) card is required for all partners and the LLP itself.

    5. Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN):

    5.1 For Partners:

    • DPIN needs to be obtained for all partners.

    6. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC):

    6.1 For Partners:

    • Digital Signature Certificates are required for partners for online submission of documents.

    7. LLP Agreement:

    7.1 Drafted and Notarized:

    • The LLP Agreement outlining the rights, duties, and responsibilities of partners, as well as details of the LLP’s operations.

    8. Consent and Authorization:

    8.1 Consent Form:

    • Consent of partners to act as partners in the LLP.
    • Authorization in favor of one of the partners for making necessary filings and representations on behalf of the LLP.

    9. Form FiLLiP (Incorporation Form):

    9.1 Filled and Filed:

    • Form FiLLiP (Form for incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership) duly filled and filed with the RoC.

    10. Payment of Fees:

    10.1 Fees for Registration: – Payment of prescribed fees based on the capital contribution of the partners.


    • All documents must be submitted in the prescribed format and filed electronically on the MCA portal.
    • Documents related to identity and address proof must be self-attested.
    • Foreign nationals must provide apostilled or notarized copies of the relevant documents, and the LLP Agreement may need to be notarized by the Indian embassy or consulate in their home country.
    • The requirements and process may be subject to updates, so it’s advisable to check the latest guidelines from the MCA or consult with professionals for accurate and up-to-date information.

    Engaging with professionals, such as chartered accountants or company secretaries, can help ensure that all required documents are in order and compliance with the regulatory requirements.