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Mr. Raj Pal Kapil
New Delhi, Delhi ...More Plot No. 2, Pocket A, Sector 17, Dwarka. , New Delhi, Delhi, 110075, India

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A partnership is
the relationship between persons who have agreed to share the profits
of a business carried on by all or any of them acting or all. In India
it is governed by the Indian Partnership Act, 1932, which extends to
the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir . It came into
force on 1 st October 1932.


A partnership
agreement can be entered into between persons who are competent to
contract. Every person who is of the age of majority according to the
law to which he is subject and who is of sound mind and is not
disqualified from contracting by any law to which he is subject can
enter into a partnership.

The following can enter into a partnership

  • FIRM

  1. INDIVIDUAL: An individual, who is competent to
    contract, can become a partner in the partnership firm. If there are
    more than two partners in a firm, an individual can be a partner in his
    individual capacity as well as in a representative capacity as Karta of
    the Hindu undivided family.
  2. FIRM: A partnership firm is not a person and
    therefore a firm can not enter into partnership with any firm or
    individual. But a partner of the partnership firm can enter into
    partnership with other persons and he can share the profits of the said
    firm with his other co-partners of the parent firm.
  3. HINDU UNDIVIDED FAMILY: A Karta of the Hindu
    undivided family can become a partner in a partnership in his
    individual capacity, provided the member has contributed his self
    acquired or personal skill and labour.
  4. COMPANY: A company is a juristic person and
    therefore can become a partner in a partnership firm, if it is
    authorised to do so by its objects.
  5. TRUSTEES: Trustees of private religious trust,
    family trust and trustees of Hindu mutts or other religious endowments
    are juristic persons and can therefore enter into partnership, unless
    their constitution or objects forbid.


The number of
partners in a firm shall not exceed 20 and a partnership having more
than 20 persons is illegal. When there is partnership between two
firms, all the partners of each firm will be taken into account. If the
partnership is between the karta or member of Hindu undivided family
the members of the joint Hindu family will not be taken into account.

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