Table of difference – LLP vs Company vs Partnership vs Proprietorship

Differentiation

LLP, Company, Partnership, and Proprietorship have been distinguished in the table given below.

LLP vs Company vs Partnership vs Proprietorship

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Basis

LLP

Company

Partnership

Sole Proprietorship

No. of person Minimum 2

Maximum –

Minimum 7 public/2 Pvt.

Maximum -/200

Minimum 2

Maximum 100

Minimum 1

Maximum 1

Separate Identity Yes, LLP and partners are different. Yes, the company is different from its members. No, partnership and partners are the same. No, owner and firm are the same.
Liability Partners have limited liability Members have limited liability. Partners have unlimited liability Owner have unlimited liability
Management Power Lies with the partners. Lies with the Board of directors. Lies with the partners. Lies with the Owner.
Audit LLP, whose turnover does not exceed, in any financial year, Rs.40,00,000 or whose contribution does not exceed Rs.25,00,000, is not required to get its accounts audited. Accounts are to be audited as per Company Act provisions. Partnership, whose turnover exceeds Rs.1 Cr. Is required to get its accounts audited. Audit of accounts is not mandatory.
Regulation LLP is regulated under the LLP Act, 2008 by MCA. A company is regulated under Companies Act, 2013 by MCA. A partnership is regulated under the Partnership Act,1932 by MCA. Not regulated under any Act.

Also, read related topic- Know about LLP Agreement

2018-07-24T05:29:50+00:00Uncategorized|

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