Limited Liability Partnerships
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a middle ground between a partnership and a limited company. They combine the flexibility of a partnership with the protection of limited liability. Since 2001, two or more people have been able to form an LLP by registering it at Companies House.
The members of an LLP should not be liable for claims made against it, such as business debts, employee claims or public liability.
We can discuss your business needs with you and advise whether an LLP would be beneficial for you, and guide you through the process.
- BUSINESS ASSETS SALES & PURCHASES
- TRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS
- BUSINESS MERGERS
- CORPORATE FINANCE
- MANAGEMENT BUY OUTS (MBO'S)
- MANAGEMENT BUY INS (MBI'S)
- SHARE PURCHASES & SALES
- BANKING & SECURITY DOCUMENTS
- COMPANY FORMATIONS
- COMPANY REORGANISATIONS
- JOINT VENTURES
- LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS
- PARTNERSHIP DEEDS
- SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS
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