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Online Company Conversion Service-

A change of business entity, also called business entity conversion or statutory conversion, is the legal process of converting your current business entity into another business entity, without having to form a new entity or dissolve your current entity. For example, changing your business entity from an LLC to a corporation. The LLC in this example is the converting entity, or the existing entity before a conversion takes place, and the corporation would be the converted entity, or the entity resulting from a conversion.

Companies can change their legal structure for different reasons. An LLC may want to convert to a corporation so it can start giving employees business shares, save money on taxes, or even to attract some venture capitalists. On the flip side, a corporation may want to convert to an LLC to take advantage of the LLCs pass-through taxation (where taxes pass through the business and onto the owners), decision-making flexibility, or simply to avoid all the constant administrative paperwork.

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Plan - A

PUBLIC LIMITED TO PRIVATE LIMITED

1500
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Plan - B

PRIVATE LIMITED TO LIMITED LIABILITY

1600
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Plan - C

OPC TO PRIVATE LIMITED

1700
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Plan - D

PRIVATE LIMITED TO OPC

1800
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Plan - E

PROPRIETORSHIP FIRM TO PRIVATE LIMITED

1900
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UNLIMITED LIABILITY TO LIMITED LIABILITY

2000
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FAQs

Q.Whether LLP would be able to convert itself into company under the Companies Act, 1956?

A. This would not be allowed under LLP Act. However, enabling provisions would be required to be made in the Companies Act for such conversion. Necessary action in this regard would be taken when Companies Act would be revised.

Q. What is the treatment for stamp duty issues, both in terms of original incorporation and conversion from other business structures? Would there be any stamp duty exemption in case of conversion?

A. Since Stamp Duty is the subject reserved for the States, the LLP Act does not contain any provision for treatment of stamp duty issues. The stamp duty payable will depend upon the relevant Stamp Act prescribed by the State Government/Union Territory.

Q. What are the requirements and consequence provided in the Act in respect of licences, permits, approvals etc obtained by a firm, private company or an unlisted public company, prior to its conversion into LLP?

A. It has been provided in the Act that on conversion of a firm/private company/unlisted public company into LLP, any approval, permit or licence issued to the firm/private company/unlisted company under any other Act shall, subject to the provisions of such other Act under which such approval, permit or licence was issued, be transferred in the name of converted entity viz LLP.

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