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The time period required for dissolution of Partnership Firm shall depend upon the number of registrations (govt.) obtained by the firm.
PAN card of partnership firm and all the partners. Original Partnership deed along with all supplementary deed if any. Closure letter of all the Bank accounts operated by the partnership firm. Address proof of all the partners. Rent agreement and utility bill of the address where the partnership firm is registered. An affidavit from all the partners for dissolution of the entity Financial Statement of the partnership firm of last 2 Financial year Financial Statement of partnership firm till the date of dissolution. All the registration Certificates obtained
Settlement of all liabilities of the firm Transferring remaining balance (profit or loss) to partner’s accounts Closure of bank account of the firm preparation and execution of a dissolution agreement Preparation and filing the income tax return of the firm up to the date of dissolution Surrendering all applicable registrations and obtaining NOCs/ closure certificates, as the case maybe
Dissolution by mutual agreement (a most popular way of dissolution) Where the partnership firm is formed for a particular period and after completion of such period the partner can dissolve the firm through a dissolution agreement. Where the partnership firm is formed for a particular purpose and after completion of such purpose the partner can dissolve the firm through a dissolution agreement. Where a partnership is at will, on the death of any partner the partnership firm gets dissolved.
When one of the partners becomes of an unsound mind When a partner is guilty of misconduct When a partner is found guilty on the ground of breach of the partnership agreement. When a partner has become permanently incapable of performing his duties as a partner