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First Hand Holding provides the termination of a limited liability partnership from Rs.14299/-
LLP Winding Up

A LLP winding up can be initiated voluntarily or by striking off or by a Tribunal. If a LLP is to initiate winding up voluntarily, then the LLP must pass a resolution to wind up the LLP with approval of at least three-fourths of the total number of Partners. If the LLP has lender's, secured or unsecured, then the approval of the lenders would also be required for winding up of the LLP.

To begin the process for winding up of LLP, a resolution for winding up of LLP must be passed and filed with the Registrar within 30 days of passing of the resolution. On the date of passing of resolution of winding up of LLP, the voluntary winding up shall be deemed to commence.

  • Voluntary Winding Up
  • Striking Off
  • Winding Up by Tribunal
How we help with Winding Up?

First Hand Holding can assist you to wind up an LLP in about 3 to 6 months.

  • - Document Preparation

    A business expert reviews the LLP's activities and determines the documents required to start winding up the LLP. The assessment process would be completed in 2-3 working days.

  • - Document Submission

    An expert prepares the required records to wind up the LLP. Documents will be prepared by the expert on the basis of the papers and data given in 10-15 working days.

  • - Winding Up Process

    LLP winding-up records and requests are submitted to start the process. The request is monitored throughout the process and required filings are made to wind up the LLP's affairs.

Pay as your grow


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Our Basic Package can be used to wind up an LLP having 2 Partners with no activity since incorporation.


all inclusive fees


Our Standard Package can be used to wind up an LLP having upto 4 Partners and having no creditors.


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Our Premium Package can be used to wind up an LLP having upto 4 Partners and one secured creditor.