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The terms "Registered Limited Liability Partnership", "Limited Liability Partnership", or the abbreviations "R.L.L.P.", "RLLP", "L.L.P.", or "LLP" must appear in the name of an RLLP. The legal requirements imposed on RLLP names are similar but not identical to the requirements imposed on other types of partnerships.
Some items it may be worth considering before starting an RLLP may include:
What does the Partnership's name stand for?
Will there be limited partners in the Partnership?
Will it be a General Partnership?
Will it be a Limited Partnership?
Will the Partnership be a Registered Limited Liability Partnership (RLLP)?
Will the Partnership provide professional services requiring a license?
How many partners will the Partnership have?
Will there be any general partners in the Partnership?
Will there be any limited partners in the Partnership?
What will the Partnership's principle business activity be?
What is the Partnership's legal name?
Is a Certificate of Partnership being drafted or filed?
Which partner(s) would be overseeing tax matters?
Are the partnership’s capital equity account have any assignees?
Will limited partners be substituted?
Will partners be assigned?
What are the names of the founding general partners?
What are the names of the initial limited partners?
What requirements must the Partnership fulfill to obtain additional general partners?
What are the rules for adding more limited partners?
What rules apply when admitting replacement limited partners?
How would any additional (non initial) partners be legally bound by and/or for the partnership via the partnership agreement?
Are there any capitalization requirements with regards to legally establishing a partnership?
How may a partnership go about to increase the amount of its capital contributions?
Would a call notice provision be included in the partnership agreement?
How will the partnership resolve issues with regards to withdrawing capital and/or returning capital?
How will the partnership determine individual partner-allocated priorities and /dividends (or their functioning equivalent).
What will be the partnership’s management structure?
How will issues regarding partner voting rights be resolved?
Will a partner be able to act unilaterally during an official Partnership meeting?
Will the partnership adopt a legal entity organizational deal?
Will a simple partner majority vote be sufficient to amend the partnership agreement?
Will a super majority partner vote be legally required to have the partnership agreement amended?
Will the managing partners be entitled to have their legal fees reimbursed by the partnership in the event of a lawsuit?
Is the partnership going to formally file its partnership agreement with the NY secretary of state?
When will the Partnership's internal governing documents be signed?
Who will act as the partnership’s organizer with regards to properly establishing it with the applicable state legal entity chartering authorities?
How will the Partnership safeguard its intellectual property rights?
Where will the partnership’s center of business operations be located?
What will the Partnership's corporate type address would be?
When will the Partnership's business operations start?
How many people will work for the Partnership?
What is the Partnership's projected annual revenue?
What will the Partnership's main activities be?
Must partners first sell their Partnership ownership interests to the Partnership (or to other individual partners)?
When will the Partnership's fiscal year end?
What are the partners' names, addresses, and phone numbers?
Is it legal for the Partnership to transact business with its partners?
Regarding real estate contract paperwork, who may sign and legally bind the Partnership?
Which partners will have legal authority to bind the Partnership in employment agreements?
Who will be the registered agent for the Partnership?
Who will be the Partnership’s accountant?
Who will be the Partnership's general counsel/attorney?
Who will be the Partnership's insurance professional?
Who will be the Partnership's financial banker?
Will the Partnership have any subsidiaries or divisions?
In which State will the Partnership be established?
When will the Partnership agreement become legally binding?
What are the tax implications of operating as a General Partnership, Limited Partnership, or Registered Limited Liability Partnership (RLLP)?
An involuntary association would naturally preclude the establishment of a Partnership. The lowest permissible number of partners a properly established Partnership can have is 2 partners. The lack of a binding partnership agreement may create doubt as to the legal status of a purported Partnership. Two partners are generally the absolute minimum number of parties required for establishing a bona fide partnership.
Citations and possibly useful references include:
-New York State Bar Association
-New York City Bar Association
-American Bar Association
-New York State Secretary of State: Divisions of Corporations
-Internal Revenue Code
-Internal Revenue Service
-New York Department of Finance
-New York Business Corporation Law
-New York UCC (Uniform Commercial Code)
-New York LLC (Limited Liability Company) Law
-New York General Obligations Law (GOL)
-New York CPLR
-Delaware Corporate Law
-Delaware LLC Law
-Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Law (RULLCA)
-New York Partnership Law
-New York Trust Law
-New York Constitution
-Gordon v. Doty, 69 P.2d 136 (Idaho 1937)
-A. Gay Jenson Farms Co. v. Cargill, Inc., 309 N.W.2d (Minn. 1981)
-Hoddeson v. Koos Bros., 47 N.J. Super. 224 (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div. 1957)
-Ira S. Bushey & Sons, Inc. v. United States, 398 F.2d 167 (2d Cir. 1968)
-Majestic Realty Assoc., Inc. v. Toti Contracting Co., 30 N.J. 425 (1959)
-Town & Country House & Home Serv., Inc. v. Newbery, 3 N.Y.2d 554
-Fenwick v. Unemployment Compensation Comm’n, 133 N.J.L. 295 (1945)
-Martin v. Peyton, 246 N.Y. 213 (1927)
-Meinhard v. Salmon, 249 N.Y. 458 (1928)
-Eisenberg v. Flying Tiger Line, Inc., 451 F.2d 267 (2d Cir. 1971)
-Marx v. Akers, 644 N.Y.S.2d 121
-Auerbach v. Bennett, 47 N.Y.2d 619 (1979)
-A.P. Smith Mfg. Co. v. Barlow, 13 N.J. 145 (1953)
-Kamin v. American Express Co., 86 Misc.2d 809 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1976)
-Francis v. United Jersey Bank, 87 N.J. 15 (1981)
-Bayer v. Beran, 49 N.Y.S.2d 2 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1944)
-Escott v. BarChris Construction Corp., 283 F.Supp. 643 (S.D.N.Y. 1968)
-Levin v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., 264 F.Supp. 797 (S.D.N.Y. 1967)
-Rosenfeld v. Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corp., 309 N.Y. 168 (1955)
-AFSCME v. AIG, Inc., 462 F3d 121 (2d Cir. 2006)
-Crane Co. v. Anaconda Co., 39 N.Y.2d 14 (1976)
-Ingle v. Glamore Motor Sales, Inc., 73 N.Y.2d 183 (1989)
-Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. v. RJR Nabisco, Inc., 716 F.Supp 1504 (S.D.N.Y. 1989)
-Morgan Stanley & Co. v. Archer Daniels Midland Co., 570 F.Supp 1529 (S.D.N.Y. 1983)
-Young v. Jones, 816 F.Supp 1070 (D.S.C. 1992)
-Sandvick v. LaCrosse, 747 N.W.2d 519 (N.D. 2008)
-National Biscuit Co. v. Stroud, 249 N.C. 467 (1959)
-Day v. Sidley & Austin, 394 F.Supp 989 (D.D.C. 1975)
-Collins v. Lewis, 283 S.W.2d 258 (Tex. Civ. App. 1955)
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Our firm has a robust practice area presence regarding business formation and corporate governance. Below are just some of the areas that our firm can help you with:
-General Partnership Agreement
-Limited Partnership Agreement
-RLLP Partnership Agreement
-Partnership Capital Account
-Inside Basis Worksheet
-Outside Basis Worksheet
-Partnership Tax Return
-Registered Limited Liability Partnership
-Partnership Tax Compliance
-Partnership Tax Audit Resolution
-Foreign Partnership Bank Accounts
-Partnership Interest Ledgers
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-Certificate of Partnership Formation
-Partnership Agreement Recordation
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-Partnership Basis Worksheet
-Partnership Interest Unit Register
-General Partners Roster
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-Partnership Interest Certificate
-Partnership Admission Committee
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-Rejecting Partnership Admissions
-NY Foreign Qualification Partnerships
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-Federal Partnership Tax Returns
-State Partnership Tax Returns
-Partnership Independent Directors
-Partnership Employment Agreements
-Partnership Independent Contractor Service Agreement
-Partnership IP Holder Entity Structuring
-Converting a Sole Proprietorship into a General Partnership
-Converting a Sole Proprietorship into a Limited Partnership
-Converting a Sole Proprietorship into an RLLP
-Converting a single member LLC into a Partnership
-Converting a multi member LLC into a Partnership
-Converting a C Corp into a Partnership
-Converting an S Corp into a Partnership
-Winding Up Partnership Affairs
-Partnership Judicial Dissolutions
-Partnership Involuntary Dissolutions
-Partnership Voluntary Dissolutions
-Real Estate Partnerships
-General Partnership Real Estate Ventures
-Limited Partnership Real Estate Ventures
-Seed Capital Contracts for Limited Partnerships
-LLC General Partners
-Corporation General Partners
-LLC Limited Partners
-Corporation Limited Partners
-Partnership Interest Valuation Certificate
-Amending Partnership Agreements
-NY Newspaper Publication Requirement for Partnerships
-NY Newspaper Publication Requirement for General Partnership
-NY Newspaper Publication Requirement for Limited Partnership
-NY Newspaper Publication Requirement for RLLPs
-Partnership fiduciary duty rules
-Partnership Litigation Committee
-Partnership Audit Committee
-Selling Partnership Interest
-Buying Partnership Interest
-Transferring Partnership Interest
-Assigning Partnership Interest
-Partnership Interest Right of First Refusal
-Partnership Interest Unit Share Issuance
-Partnership Service of Process
-Partnership General Counsel Service Plans
-Partner General Counsel Service Plans
-Partnership Books and Records
-Partnership Meeting Minutes
-Partnership Paper Meeting Minutes
-Initial Partnership Partner Meeting
-Annual Partnership Partner Meeting
-Special Partnership Partner Meeting
-Initial Partnership Partner Meeting Minutes
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-Special Partnership Partner Meeting Minutes
-Limited Partner Voting
-Proxy Trust Agreements
-General Partnership Voting
-Proxy Trust Directors
-Converting General Partnership Interest into Limited Partnership Interest
-Converting Limited Partnership Interest into General Partnership Interests
-Partnership Taxable Income Allocations
-Partnership Economic Income Allocations
-Tracing Partnership Interest Allocation
-UPA (Uniform Partnership Act)
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-New York General Partnership State Filing Forms
-General Partnership Seals
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-Certificate of General Partnership
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-General Partnership Preliminary search
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-Limited Partnership Seals
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-Certificate of Limited Partnership.
-Limited Partnership Minutes
-Limited Partnership Certificate
-Limited Partnership Preliminary Name Search
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-RLLP Books and Records
-Good Standing Certificate of RLLP
-RLLP Preliminary Name Search
-Partnership Tax Ids
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-Limited Partnership EIN
-Partnership Banking Resolutions
-Partnership Lease Agreement Resolutions
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-Asset Protection Driven Partnerships
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