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ABOUT Partnership Deed Registration

Partnership deed is a duly stamped and registered written agreement governing the existence of a partnership firm as a business incorporation document. Ordinarily, the rights, duties and liabilities of partners are laid down in the deed. It is advisable to prepare a partnership deed even if a partnership firm is not registered because a deed helps in amiable resolutions of problems when disputes between partners arise. Partnership deed governs the relationship and other aspects of business.


Any partnership firm is eligible for getting a partnership deed drafted.

Required Documents

The basic documents needed are:

  • Name of the Firm
  • Nature of Business to be conducted.
  • Partner’s PAN card
  • Partner’s address proof
  • Stamp paper



  • Name of the firm. 
  • Nature of the business to be carried out. 
  • Details of the partners like name, age, father’s name, date of birth, address, profit and loss shared by partners, date of admission etc.
  • The town and the place where business will be carried on.
  • The amount of capital to be contributed by each partner.
  • Loans and advances by partners and the interest payable on them.
  • The amount of drawings by each partner and the rate of interest allowed thereon.
  • Duties and powers of each partner. 
  • Any other terms and conditions to run the business.
  • Name of the firm
  • Nature of the business to be carried out
  • Names of the partners
  • Place of business
  • The amount of capital to be contributed by each partner
  • Profit sharing Ratio
  • Admission, retirement, death of a partner
  • Rights, powers and duties of partners
  • Duration of firm if any
  • Dissolution of Firm
  • Other clauses as per requirement
Yes. The partnership deed must be made on the stamp paper purchased from the state of place of business of the form as per the laws of the “place of signing”.
Yes. Once the deed is prepared, it must be signed by all the partners. Also it must bear the signatures of independent witnesses.
No, it is not necessary. However it is often prudent to make a partnership deed to produce to the bank, income tax authorities and to clients with whom the partnership firm deals.
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