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Definition: A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a unique business association provided for in the Partnership Act, No. 6 of 2012.
A LLP combines the characteristics of both a company and partnership. It is easier to register than a company because the formalities for registration are less (e.g. there is no need for a Memorandum of Articles of Associations).
Once an LLP is registered, it becomes a corporate, legal, entity separate from its members and may own property in its own name.
An LLP is effective from a tax perspective as the partnership income is taxed on the individual income of each partner and it is not subject to Company Tax.
An Unlimited Liability Partnership follows in general the same processes as a LLP
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